anxiety

Minimalism for Anxiety

Minimalism for Anxiety

Minimalism has become quite the buzzword lately; it’s everywhere from books to podcasts to Netflix shows. I’ve been thinking a lot about minimalism lately. And I got curious as to how this concept applies to the space in our minds, as well as the physical spaces in our homes, offices, and cars…

Buffering with Anxiety

Buffering with Anxiety

This week I’m talking about something that is a little mind-bendy and not at all obvious...but it's something that I've personally experienced and seen with enough clients that it's worth exploring.

Typically, when I talk about buffering, I'm talking about things like: food, alcohol, sex, drugs, social media, shopping, work…

Being Reactive vs. Proactive Around Anxiety

Being Reactive vs. Proactive Around Anxiety

One of the first things I’m looking for with new clients is where they’re REACTIVE in their lives vs. where they’re PROACTIVE. This is something that applies to anxiety, for sure, but we see this across the board where we want to make change, create new habits, and generally live into a higher version of ourselves…

The Physical & Emotional Sides of Anxiety

The Physical & Emotional Sides of Anxiety

Sometimes we experience the physical side of anxiety, the fight-or-flight stress response part. We feel the sensations of our heart pounding, our palms sweating, and our breath becoming shallow.

And other times we experience the emotional side of anxiety, the feeling part. We feel the vibration of anxiety move through our body as a low hum of discomfort…

Frequently Asked Anxiety Questions

Frequently Asked Anxiety Questions

This is the first (aka, more to come) FAQ episode on The Transforming Anxiety Podcast!

Here’s the deal: the daily minutiae of our lives may look very different, person to person. Our jobs, relationships, geography, families, and routine may vary by a lot…

Money & Anxiety

Money & Anxiety

Money, money, MONEY! That’s the topic of this week’s Transforming Anxiety Podcast!

So many of us struggle with stress and anxiety around money. We believe money is inherently stressful. We believe we don’t have what it takes to save more or earn more or create what we want to see in our bank…