Hello, friends! This is a great Q&A episode where I answer listener questions on a variety of topics including how to make your doctor take your seriously, catching emotions in the moment, and addressing a one-sided sexual relationship.
Having anxiety is tough. It’s also hard to be on the sidelines when you care about someone with anxiety. The tricky thing is that often, strong anxiety actually makes it difficult for the anxious person to even know what they need from you. Anxiety can make you jump to conclusions and act in ways that you don’t want to act. So, it means the world to people that have anxiety when there are people in their life that are willing to make an effort and be a great support. In this post, I’m going to break down five great ways that you can be a great support to the people in your life that have anxiety.
Hello, friends! It’s been a while since I’ve done a Q&A session so I’m excited to get back to it. In this episode, I have three really good questions that cover a variety of topics including dealing with excessive daydreaming, coping with an abusive mother in law, and managing anxiety when having to call in sick for work.
Hello! I am back from vacation and wishing I never left! In all seriousness, I had a great time. But now I’m back with another great episode for you. This episode is a recording of a live stream that I did on Mxiety’s Mixer stream. She interviewed me and we cover a lot of ground.
Hello, friends! In this episode I answer some great questions relating to depression in relationships, managing anxiety nausea, and also tackle the misconception that a lot of people hold in thinking they aren’t “sick enough” to take part in therapy.