Join Kelli and guest Seamus Kirst as he shares his personal journey with addiction, anxiety, and depression.
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Join Kelli and Erica as they answer the question, "Do you still have panic attacks?" from one of our wonderful listeners.
Join Kelli and PA State Representative Mike Schlossberg as they talk politics, anxiety and a healthy dose of Sci Fi! Find Mike's upcoming book here: https://www.amazon.com/Redemption-Spades-Trilogy-Book-1-ebook/dp/B07C7M8WT8/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1526997216&sr=8-1&keywords=mike+schlossberg+redemption
Join Kelli and Erica as they chat self-care: What is it? What's the purpose of it? And what are some of our favorite forms of self-care?
Join Kelli and guest Dr. Amy Johnson as they explore a question sent in by one of our wonderful listeners.
Join Kelli and guest Arnold Zeman to learn more about the evidence-based, body-mind process called Focusing and how it can help us work with our fears and anxieties.
Join Kelli and Erica as they share some of their favorite resources for understanding and working with anxiety.
Join Kelli and Erica as they share their favorite WebMD moments!
In this episode Kelli is joined by guest Ken Falke to talk about Ken's experience as a US Navy bomb disposal specialist that has since gone on to create a wellness center dedicated exclusively to combat veterans and their families. Ken also describes the concept of Post Traumatic Growth and how it differs from the traditional approach to PTSD.
In this episode Kelli is joined by her husband, Andy Walker, to share some new tips on how to best support someone experiencing stress and/or anxiety.
Join Kelli and guest Chris Allport as he shares how he came to be known as the Anxious Rapper aka "Steve". Also, check out the trailer for Chris's upcoming music video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W99DrAVUU7E&feature=youtu.be
In this episode Kelli and Erica talk about neuroplasticity and the implications it has in how we understand and deal with anxiety in our lives.
In this episode Kelli shares a simple but powerful exercise that can help us work through anticipatory anxiety.
Join Kelli and guest Michelle Moorhead from MoorMindfulness as Michelle shares her experience with anxiety, cancer, and mindfulness.
In this episode Kelli and Erica chat about the difference between fear and anxiety. They also chat about the purpose/benefit of both emotions. On an unrelated note, Erica shares a few tips on how to throw an Olympic-themed party, which isn't complete without a cheese ball shaped like an Eagle's head.
Join Kelli and Erica as Erica shares some of the most common postpartum myths she has come across while working as a doula.
Join Kelli and Erica as they chat about the value of replacing an often reflexive "I'm sorry" with a "Thank you" instead.
In this episode Kelli and Erica shed some light on common physical anxiety symptoms, why they happen, and ways to work through these uncomfortable physical sensations. If you’ve been feeling unsettled, scared, or just curious about certain physical anxiety symptoms you’ve been experiencing then this is the episode for you!
In this episode Kelli and Erica share recent research and personal experience to explore whether or not stress is as inherently bad as originally believed.
Join Kelli and Erica as they share some of their most surprisingly "successful" anxiety moments. What do we mean by "successful" anxiety moments? Simply put, moments when we thought anxiety would totally consume us, but didn't. These moments are worth remembering whenever we're about to enter the lion's den and blindly assuming things will go horribly wrong, because every now and again we may just surprise ourselves.
In this episode Kelli and Erica explore what cognitive biases (aka thinking biases) are and how they influence the way we perceive the world. Certain thinking biases can actually cause us to see the world through anxiety-tinted glasses. Lucky for us, thinking is a habit and habits can be changed. Join in as we discuss what helped us remove those anxiety-tinted glasses.
Join Kelli and guest Yael Shy as they explore the topic of meditation and how it can help us move through anxiety. Do you get distracted when you meditate? Do you have trouble "clearing your mind" during a medication exercise? Does meditation feel too woo-woo or un-relatable? If yes, you're not alone! Kelli and Yael share how they're not "natural" meditators, and yet mediation has still been incredibly valuable to them.