Social anxiety disorder is very real and way more prevalent than many people realize. It's so common, in fact, that if you don't suffer from it yourself, it's highly likely that someone close to you does. Things that seem simple to people without social anxiety can be huge deals for people who deal with it every day, so there are certain small victories moms with social anxiety can brag about. In fact, they should brag about it, because motherhood is hard enough without social anxiety thrown into the mix.
I didn't realize social anxiety was even a thing until I was well into adulthood. I just figured that everyone felt the way I do about things, so when someone would just, say, call and order a pizza like it was no big deal, I was amazed. The ability to do totally "normal" things without any worry or stress seemed unreasonable, not the other way around. When I had to call and order pizza, it was a sweaty-palmed, trembling voice kind of affair, and I assumed it was like that for the majority of individuals. When I became a mom, things definitely did not improve. Motherhood opens you up to entire new realms of anxiety inducing scenarios that you never would've even considered before you became a parent.
That said, there are definitely things that moms with social anxiety do on a daily basis things that seem simple, but are the exact freakin' opposite. While it's not "cool" to be proud of yourself or shamelessly brag about accomplishments that are worthy of pride, I think more mothers (especially mothers battling social anxiety) should be patting themselves on the back on a more frequent basis. (Well, if their social anxiety actually allows them to brag at all. Ever. Even once.)