Join Kelli and Erica as they talk about what helped them share their personal anxiety stories with friends and family. Topics covered during this chat include authenticity, vulnerability, and connection (and sweating, because sweating is a direct result of all these things).
Join Kelli and Erica as they chat about what insights and "ah-hah" moments actually look and feel like. Spoiler alert: Sometimes an "ah-hah" moment comes while writhing around on the ground from the pain of a sprained ankle while a dog poops next to your head.
Join Kelli and guest Crystal Saltrelli as they discuss challenging circumstances, thoughts, and emotional suffering. Both Kelli and Crystal were once firm believers that circumstances caused suffering, now they can see that's not entirely true. Tune in to hear more!
Join Kelli and Erica as they chat about regret, something we all experience at one time or another. Fear of regret can cause a lot of anxiety when we're trying to decide whether or not to take on a challenge that pushes our comfort zone. Tune in if you'd like to hear more about regret.
Join Kelli as she shares a few simple strategies for calming fear down just enough so that it's a little easier to move with, instead of against, the fear.
In this episode Kelli and Erica share some of their personal insights into how to have a (productive) hard conversation, because we all know avoiding hard conversations altogether only increases tension and anxiety.
In this episode Kelli and Erica talk about expectations and how they influence our happiness. Are expectations bad? Good? Should we let go of all expectations? Tune in to hear more.
In this episode Kelli and Erica chat about how it can be cathartic and empowering to name our fears out loud; we even share a few of our own!
In today's episode Erica shares some insights she's gained about the change process; Kelli ends up chiming in too. Whatever change or challenge you're facing, this episode is here to remind you that you're not alone and it's totally normal if things feel hard.
Join Kelli and Erica as they discuss the language of fear - the more fluent we become in the language of fear, the less we get caught up in the fear cycle.
Join Kelli and guest Tom Bunn (licensed therapist and retired airline captain) as they discuss fear of flying and ways to overcome it.
Join Kelli as she leads you through another short, simple, and dare we say fun neuroplasticity exercise to re-wire an anxious brain.
Also, check out the upcoming summit that I'll be speaking at, Life Beyond Limitations, with Dr. Molly Casey. Dr. Molly and I will talk about moving through anxiety in an inside-out fashion, go here (it's completely free) to hear more from me and other experts in the field: http://www.drmollycasey.com/lbl-14
Join Kelli and Erica as they explore a listener's dilemma about not getting enough shut eye while anxiety levels are high.
Join Kelli and Erica as they debunk ten of the most common anxiety myths/misconceptions.
Join Kelli and Erica as they talk about helpful ways to navigate the ever-expanding world of self-help. Yes, we understand the irony in this, seeing as we're categorized as a self-help podcast.
Join Kelli and Erica as they chat about grief and the parallels it has to anxiety (grief is a closer cousin of anxiety than you might think). This episode is especially for anyone experiencing loss - loss of a loved one, loss of freedom due to anxiety, loss of a job or relationship, etc.
Join Kelli and Erica as they chat about why anxiety (among other emotions) can leave us feeling like there's a lump in our throat.
Join Kelli and Erica as they talk about why we often feel like we're going to faint while anxious, and how it's actually incredibly unlikely to happen.
Join Kelli and Erica as they discuss how too much information and knowledge can actually hinder our progress moving through anxiety, otherwise known as analysis paralysis.
Part of being human includes experiencing challenges, whether it be anxiety, addiction, low self-esteem, etc. So in this episode Erica gets vulnerable (and sweaty) by sharing a challenge that she's currently working on.
Kelli was sick this week, so her and Erica casually chat about that experience and lessons learned (like you can never indulge in too much self-care) that may help others feeling a bit under the weather, or those that are scared of feeling under the weather.
In this episode, Kelli is joined by guest, Dr. Sarah Sarkis, to talk about the value of "being," even in the midst of an anxiety storm, and how it fosters change and growth. Does "being" sound challenging? That's ok, we chat about ways to cultivate this seemingly counterintuitive skill.
In this episode Kelli and Erica talk about why curiosity knocks fear down a peg or two. They also share a few ways in which they cultivate curiosity. Spoiler alert: you don't have to shave your head and move to a monastery to give something new, like meditation, a try.
Join Kelli as she leads you through a short, simple, and dare we say fun neuroplasticity exercise to re-wire an anxious brain.