Hello, friends. In this episode, I answer two very different but important questions relating to moving forward from a traumatic childhood full of abuse and dealing with anxious behaviors which are impacting your relationships.
Hello, friends. In this episode, I take a look at two super interesting questions relating to developing your social skills when you’re a socially anxious person, and alternative options to tackling anxiety and depression when you can’t afford therapy.
It can be worrying when your family has a history of mental illness. But it’s important to remember all is not lost. In episode 263, I received a question from a listener concerned about that sibling who was worried they would inherit the same mental health struggles as their sibling and parent. In this post, I talk about this in more detail, talk about why it isn’t inevitable that they will get the same issue, and how you can use this knowledge to help set you up for a positive future.
Receiving a solid diagnosis can be a positive step in helping you gain clarity and direction when tackling mental health issues. In episode 262, I received a question from a listener who was determined not to use their diagnosis as an excuse, wanting to be proactive in moving forward and ensuring their mental health doesn’t negatively impact their family’s life. In this post, I dive deeper into this and look at how you can use your diagnosis as a stepping stone to a more positive future.
Hello, friends! In this Q&A episode, I answer two very interesting questions relating to the need to always have attention from others, and wanting to be ‘normal’ and not using your diagnosis as a crutch while struggling with anxiety, mood swings, distrust and more.