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Host Morra Aarons-Mele is on a mission to reframe how we think about anxiety and mental health in the workplace. Anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the U.S. We desperately need better models for leadership and a more holistic view of mental health. Our culture tells those of us who suffer from anxiety and depression that we can’t succeed but we tell a different story — without sugarcoating the tough stuff. We feature stories from people who’ve been there and experts who ...
 
I'm Anxious About is a humorous, conversational podcast about anxiety where two friends discuss their respective anxieties on a new topic each week, often devolving into long tangents and lots of laughter. I'm Anxious About is not a self-help podcast, but rather an honest conversation about what it's like to live with anxiety (and how to laugh at it).
 
Are you a parent or a professional wondering what to do with your anxious child or teen? This podcast is all about giving you the tools to best help them. Hosted by licensed psychotherapist Stephen Quinlan, the ACP brings you the latest information from experts all around the world. We also will have guests who tell us their own experiences with anxiety and parents who share their inspiring stories in the "parents corner" series.
 
The Anxious and Angry Podcast is a way for Ryan Young (Off With Their Heads) to get together with friends and talk about anything from music to the how our brains work in ways, which sometimes, aren't in our best interests. The podcast is a chance to contact Ryan and his guest(s) directly for advice, to share interesting stories, or to just vent. Email or call to leave a message that will be addressed in an episode. anxiousandangry@gmail.com / 800-565-3250.
 
This Podcast is Intended to educate Anyone who wants to better themselves. The Jay Anxious Podcast will Cover Many topics to inform the listener on how to be the best overall self they can be. Topics Include but not limited to.. Health (Mental and Physical), Diet, Exercise, Investing, Personal Finance, Pop Culture, Politics, Entertainment and Much More. Thank You for your Support I really appreciate it. Please Subsribe, Share and most importantly Leave a written review!
 
In this podcast host, Kat Murakami, gets personal sharing stories and talking about her experiences living with depression and anxiety disorders so other people don’t have to suffer alone. Join her as she builds a community of hope, trust, love, and friendship. You can follow Kat on social media @mswonderkat or email her at mswonderkat@gmail.com
 
Okay. Now What?! is a podcast by Speaker and Certified Life Coach, Kate Gladdin, to help teens and twenty-somethings build the resilience we need to overcome the challenges of finishing school and life after it. Kate combines her personal experience with powerful coaching tools to help you stop spinning in overwhelm and better navigate your way through all the big, and often unexpected, changes that happen in this stage of our lives. On this podcast you'll not only find tonnes of inspiration ...
 
On Anxious Like You, our hosts pull from their expertise and personal experience to interview guests about their experiences with anxiety. Each episode will support listeners by reminding them that they’re not alone while discussing actionable takeaways one can do to cope with anxiety. As human beings and therapists, our season 1 hosts, Nadia Addesi and Micheline Maalouf, understand how anxiety can consume someone’s whole world.
 
Aimee and Lisa are anxious: about germs, about mortality, about the state of the world (and things far less serious, too). Each week they grapple with one of their anxieties, from the trivial to the existential, in a humorous and heartfelt way. They're helped along by smart and entertaining guests like Simon Doonan and Anne Roiphe, who offer advice—and some homework!—for our hosts to overcome their various anxieties.
 
Anxious Ramblings is a biweekly conversation about mental illness.This show will challenge society's views on the mentally ill and help to fight against the stigma. Anxious ramblings will explore the good, the bad, and the ugly side of living with a mental illness. Here we speak about all the crazy thoughts in your head that you're afraid to say out loud. For questions or comments the contact information for this show is: anxietysurvivor@gmail.com twitter: @anxioussurvivor
 
Hi! My name is Sarah and I'm Anxious AF. This podcast is part storytelling, part conversation all about anxiety. We talk about relationships, self-esteem, dieting, dating, paranoia... You name the topic and I'm sure it makes us anxious! Email us at anxiousafshow@gmail.com if you have episode/guest suggestions, feedback, your own stories to tell!
 
Motherhood can be traumatic! Selam's engaging personal narrative details how becoming a mother transforms every aspect of life; marriage, career, health, community, and self-identity. Selam uses a diary format to explore how the hurried, patriarchal, and unequal world leaves working moms out of breath and overwhelmed! Using collective wisdom, Selam invites us to reflect on sustainable practices for life. At times hilarious, uplifting, and frustrating. Each episode is a virtual hug from one s ...
 
I'm a man who lived with anxiety his whole life and in 2017 I experienced my worst anxiety ever. Over the last tweo years I have documented my struggles and now my successes. I live with anxiety every day but it no longer consumes my life or my happiness. This podcast for all those out there who think they will never get better. You will and I hope I can help. Thank you for listening!
 
I remember in one of my first psychology classes in college, the professor said "Anxiety is the key to neurotic behavior". At that time I couldn't comprehend the vast and all-encompassing nature of that observation. I have sense come to believe that anxiety play a role in every negative outcome in life. If we can manage our anxiety, we can live happier, more productive, more peaceful lives. Less Anxious with Kristen Watts Anxiety management strategies and support. http://youtube.com/lessanxi ...
 
What ifs, second-guessing, overthinking, worst-case scenarios, fluttering hearts. Welcome to the land of anxiety. This podcast is an honest and relatable space for every anxious millennial out there trying to adult. Real talk about mental health, self-love, career, modern dating, love and relationships. High time we talk about thoughts keeping us up at night, even the crazy ones.
 
The Anxious RN is the podcast the medical field has been waiting for. Host/Registered Nurse, Kailan, opens up about the mental health issues that healthcare workers face day to day. With a touch of humor, she brings in healthcare guests to discuss these issues and show you that you are not alone.
 
Zach Ricker is a 23 year old who is the founder of S.H.Y. Double A (A.K.A. - S.H.Y.A.A. and stands for SEEK HELP, YOU AREN'T ALONE) and he also speaks about his own experience with depression, anxiety and suicidal thoughts. He will discuss his own experiences, mental health, life in general and will also have guests on the podcast to discuss their personal experiences. Zach is bringing awareness to mental health and showing other that they are not alone while giving people a perspective on l ...
 
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In this week's episode, Shawna fills the crew in on the sad tale of the disappearance of Tara Calico. In the state of New Mexico in September of 1988, Tara Calico, a successful young college student was out on her daily bike ride when she disappeared and was never seen again. Tune in to learn of the twists and turns in this case such as the disturb…
 
Given the world is filled with more challenges than ever with this pandemic, I get that's it's very tempting to wallow in self pity and feel sorry for ourselves. So tune into this short episode as I give a simple switch you can make which instantly makes you feel stronger and better equipped to deal with your hardships so you GROW your resilience (…
 
Today we have Wade LIghtheart who helps break down the connection between good nutritional health and mental health. Wade is one of the world’s premier authorities on Natural Nutrition and Training Methods. Having majored in Sports Science at the University of New Brunswick, he has authored numerous books on health, nutrition, and exercise which ha…
 
This is a raw and real voice text I recorded on my walk. I discuss the challenges/uncertainties of being a relationship coach. This episode includes my thoughts on this work, why uncertainty and doubt are absolute critical pieces to being open-minded, curious, and humble, and how it would be dangerous and disempowering to try and get rid of them. T…
 
Sometimes we take our inspiration and encouragement from outside the anxiety disorder realm. Sometimes we find someone that had been knocked down HARD, yet found a way to stand back up and get back into the game of life on good terms. Sometimes that person does it in creative and inspiring ways. Then we can use that story and apply it in our own re…
 
What a great episode dedicated to the "Not the Easy Way" program that these two great doctors are developing. We spoke in depth about what the plans are. How they are going about implementing the program and much more. You Tube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1iuAOuBcy-0 Https://nottheeasyway.org https://twitter.com/nottheeasyway1 https://twitter.c…
 
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In this episode, Chris and Allison take a trip down memory lane, though probably not in the classic sense of the phrase. This episode remains consistently in the top ten downloaded episodes for I'm Anxious About, and Allison and Chris would like to think it's for good reason. It came out at a time when the podcast was really taking off, and your co…
 
Many people are leaving their jobs, in search of better ways to work. It’s a phenomenon some are calling “The Great Resignation.” But it’s also an opportunity to discuss the ways that companies and leaders can create new work norms going forward. Jessi Hempel is constantly thinking about the state of work. She’s senior editor at large at LinkedIn a…
 
In this week's episode, Abby regales the crew with the story of the mysterious disappearance of the Flannan Isles lighthouse keepers. In the year 1900 off the West coast on mainland Scottland, three lighthouse keepers on Eilean Mor mysteriously vanished from the lighthouse and surrounding islands. The men who made the discovery would note several e…
 
I'm excited to invite special guest, Oliver Seidler, onto the show for an inspiring interview about carving your own path in the world after finishing school. I love Oliver's story because he started this journey as a ''C'' student with many people doubting his ability to focus and make something of himself - and didn't he prove them wrong! He is n…
 
Today on the show we have Brian Sachetta. Brian is an author, blogger, and software developer from Boston, Massachusetts. After college, Brian put his computer science background to use as both a consultant and a writer. His first book, "Get Out of Your Head," draws parallels between computer systems and the human mind, and gives readers practical …
 
A non-anxious leader understands how emotions spread and how to be a positive influence. This episode breaks it down. Show Notes: Those Who Share a Roof Share Emotions by Arthur C. Brooks Read the Full Transcript on The Non-Anxious Leader website. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/jack-shitama/message…
 
Today, I chat with my dear friend Mollie Birney, a clinical life coach, about how to utilize conflict in a relationship that is expansive and actually enhancing and -- dare I say -- enjoyable? Conflict is intended to be challenging but it doesn't have to feel like pulling teeth if we are able to own our shadows with confidence. If you struggle with…
 
Anxiety recovery is a strange war. You only win it when you stop fighting. In this episode we look at the need to stop being an anxiety warrior, and start being an anxiety student. Learning, not fighting, is the way to recovery. For full show notes on this episode: https://theanxioustruth.com/165 -------- My books, website, and social media links: …
 
In this week's episode, Shawna regales the crew with the mystifying story of Gloria Ramirez, dubbed "the Toxic Lady" by the media. Ramirez, a California resident, would be rushed to the hospital in 1994 with life-threatening complications. Eerily, the medical professionals who were treating Ramirez began falling ill with alarming symptoms themselve…
 
Something that I see hold people back most in life is this need for certainty and control - you know, where you won't try something until you know EVERY single step and feel like you can guarantee the outcome of how it's going to go. In the short term it may help you avoid some discomfort, but in the long term it ends up making your life smaller an…
 
Today on the show we have Peter Sultan, LCSW. Peter is a friend and colleague of mine who has some really important information to share about compassion fatigue. If you have ever felt burnt out trying to care for someone else, be it in a professional way or for someone in your family, this is an episode you need to hear. It's also a really persona…
 
This is part 2 of my conversation with my friend and social media collaborator Lily Bloomberg. In this episode Lily talks about the process of her recovery. There are twists in Lily's story that I found fascinating, and I hope you will too. For full show notes on this episode: https://theanxioustruth.com/164 -------- My books, website, and social m…
 
It might feel like mankind is destroying nature, but just wait. There's hope. Nature is SMARTER. Here's proof! To the watch the video mentioned in today's episode: https://bit.ly/3keVoqyIf you want these positive reminders and short reflections every single day, I'd love to be your meditation wingman. Join me for 7 days, my gift to you: https://bit…
 
In this week's episode, Abby delves into the rip-your-hair-out case that is the murder of Lana Clarkson. In 2003, Actor Lana Clarkson would meet famed record producer Phil Spector at the House Of Blues in Hollywood, California and the two would go back to Spector's "castle" for drinks. It would be the last time Lana was seen alive. Tune in for the …
 
Ever tell yourself 'Don't be so anxious! Don't think so negatively! Don't be so forgetful!' and yet... you still end up doing that exact thing you're trying not to do/be/feel? Yep, it can be pretty frustrating - but it doesn't have to be. All you need to do is practice this simple trick that will finally help you make the change in feeling or actio…
 
For the workplace to improve, we have to try to understand and build work around all kinds of neurodiversity. This week we’re focusing on attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD. There’s a stereotype that most people who struggle with ADHD are white, male, and often young. In this episode host Morra Aarons-Mele speaks to Stephanie Ozuo, a…
 
Today we have Dr. Don Russell. Dr. Russell has 25 years of experience as a psychotherapist and is certified in EMDR Therapy, Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, and has extensive experience and advanced training in treating the emotional and psychological effects of trauma. Also, Don works with adults with depression, anxiety, and relationship issues. Clie…
 
Avoiding a conflict of wills and taking responsibility for self are two essential elements in responding when you make a mistake. I share my own experience in this episode. Show Notes: Read the Full Transcript on The Non-Anxious Leader website. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/jack-shitama/message…
 
I had a mix up with my first guest back for season 2 and put out an offer to be n the show and James was kind enough to take me up on the offer. Lucky for me he was a great guest. James is an inspiring poker professional who went "all in" on his dream and moving from Ohio to Vegas twice is an amazing story. We dig in on his journey. We get into his…
 
Allison and Chris talk through their decision to take a summer break, which will be the first extended break in the podcast's history. They're be offering up their "greatest hits" of previous episodes for the next couple of months, and then hope to get back at it. You'll learn all about what spurred that decision here. A huge thanks from both your …
 
I had the privilege of spending an hour with my friend and some-time collaborator Lily Bloomberg. Lily is a school psychologist and anxiety coach that has lived her own struggles with anxiety disorders and other mental health challenges. Today Lily speaks about her anxiety struggles and the time she spent trying to find solutions to her anxiety, pa…
 
In this week's episode, Shawna Tells the incredible story of Dr. Mary Neal who had a life-changing near-death experience. While on a kayaking trip in Chile, Dr. Mary Neal suffered an accident on the river and drowned. She was miraculously saved but even more amazing still would be the story Dr. Neal would share with the world about what she experie…
 
This epiosde I am thrilled to bring a fellow Aussie, Ryan Campbell, onto the show for one of my most inspiring interviews yet! Few people have encountered the extreme, polar opposites of success and tragedy that Ryan has, let alone by the age of 26. As the youngest person to fly solo around the world, Ryan's life changed in an instant following a v…
 
Podcast host and author Anna Sale has built her career on difficult conversations. On her podcast, she focuses on the hardest topics we deal with as humans: death, sex, and money. And her new book, “Let’s Talk About Hard Things,” continues pushing that conversation forward. Sale speaks with host Morra Aarons-Mele about why, even in a world where pe…
 
In this episode of The Anxious Child podcast, we have the second in a series of episodes called The Parents Corner. These episodes are parents who share their stories of their kids who have anxiety. I'm really excited to welcome Jim. He shares with us about neuro-divergence and his 14-year-old son. ​ The Anxious Child is the podcast for therapists …
 
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