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Not Another Anxiety Show

A podcast for all: from the always anxious to the occasionally overwhelmed to the painfully panicked. Join your host Kelli Walker – registered nurse, Certified Health and Wellness Coach, and former agoraphobe – on an anxiety adventure. Learn what anxiety really is, why the best of us can get caught in its web, and how to move past its sticky grip. Casual conversations with Kelli and other experts will include more than reciting daily affirmations or following "five simple steps" to overcome anxiety. Instead, you'll get practical tips, resources, and guidance while gaining a down-to-earth and deeper understanding of what it means to be human – an easily overlooked part of truly moving past anxiety. No experience in deep breathing, chakra alignment, or pescetarianism required. Listen in for a good laugh and start feeling a little more human today. If you have a question you'd like answered on the show or simply want to learn more, visit: www.notanotheranxietyshow.com.
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Apr 6, 2017

Join Kelli as she leads you through another short, simple, and dare we say fun neuroplasticity exercise to re-wire an anxious brain.

Visit notanotheranxietyshow.com for more resources, including a free e-book when you sign up for my newsletter, courses, videos, and more!

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

 Disclaimer: Hopefully you find the information in this podcast helpful but it is not intended to replace medical advice and should not be used as such.

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