Hello, friends! In this episode, I answer questions related to why it isn’t common knowledge that anxiety can be both body and mind based, and how you can take action to get out of a victim mentality and start believing in my own agency
In episode 289, I received a question from an individual who has struggled with depression over the past 20 years, coping with intrusive thoughts and suicidal ideation, while feeling as though this struggle is not taken seriously by their therapist. In this post, I address these concerns and dive into the options available for persistent depression, and talk about how you are within your right to search for other providers if you don’t feel your current match is working for you.
Hello, friends. In this episode, I take a look at two very different but interesting questions related to self-disclosure in therapy, and coping with persistent depression, intrusive thoughts, and suicidal ideation where these feelings are brushed off in therapy.
Suicide is a topic that many people feel uncomfortable discussing. In episode 271, I received a question from an individual asking when they should take their own suicidality seriously, wanting to talk to their friends and family, but concerned they won’t be taken seriously. In this post, I go into more detail and offer my thoughts on addressing the topic with your loved ones.
Hello, friends. In this episode, I take a look at two questions from listeners of the podcast. The first relates to thoughts of suicide and how to navigate them, while the second tackles performance at work when you are struggling with anxiety, insomnia and more.