In this episode Kelli and Erica explore how when self-esteem is dependent on external factors (like what other's think of us or our accomplishments) it can create feelings of anxiety. Tune in to learn more about how we can foster healthy self-esteem and why that increases resilience and well-being.
In this episode Kelli and Erica discuss a common fear among people experiencing high anxiety: Am I going crazy? Spoiler alert, you're not.
In this episode Kelli and Erica talk about how during times of high anxiety it is also common for feelings of anger and irritability to increase as well.
In this episode guest Lian Brook-Tyler from Primal Happiness joins Kelli to talk about how anxiety is not THE problem; anxiety is just the alarm system alerting us to a deeper disconnectedness.
In this episode Kelli and Erica discuss one of the most common symptoms of anxiety, depersonalization. This episode covers what depersonalization is, why it happens, and what to do when it shows up.
In this episode Erica agrees to be Kelli's guinea pig once again in an exercise (known as RAIN) for navigating anxious emotions. This is a sister episode to #15 when we discussed another exercise for navigating anxious thoughts.
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In this episode Kelli and Erica talk about how all the advice and knowledge in the world doesn't always make a challenging situation, like anxiety or grief, any easier. But, getting it "right" all the time is not required to grow into a better version of ourselves.
In this episode Kelli is joined by her husband, Andy Walker, to discuss three ways to support a person going through anxiety. This is a great episode to share with the support person in your life, whether it be a spouse, partner, parent, or friend.
In this episode Erica (reluctantly) agrees to be Kelli's guinea pig for an exercise in navigating anxious thoughts. This episode happens to focus on anxious thoughts around the holidays, but the same rules apply to any and all anxious thoughts.