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You do not end an anxiety problem by trying to be calm. You end it by acting bravely!Break free from anxiety and panic attacks and get back to living your life to its fullest with the help of DARE - Amazon's #1 best-selling anxiety book and one of the highest-rated anxiety apps.Learn more about DARE here: www.dareresponse.com
 
Joshua is the author of best-selling books on anxiety, a previous sufferer and a qualified psychotherapist. Co-hosted by Canadian singer, producer, and amateur linguist Ella Jean, The Panic Pod is a discussion-based podcast offering bite-sized practical advice on managing anxiety. It is also an opportunity to illuminate what medical and academic spheres know about anxiety to discuss it in a way that you can take to the pub. Joshua is a fully qualified Psychotherapist and runs a private couns ...
 
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Joining us for today's podcast episode is Drew Linsalata, the creator and host of The Anxious Truth - a panic, anxiety, and mental health podcast that’s been in full swing since 2014. In this podcast episode, Drew together with our DARE coaches Michelle Cavanaugh and Aida Beco, fearlessly spilled the truth about all things anxiety - from "anxious b…
 
In today’s podcast episode, join our very own Barry McDonagh - the creator of DARE - and our very special guest Patrick Touhey - a long time DARE member - as they talk about Patrick’s journey from poverty to achieving his goals despite having anxiety. Patrick also talked about his new book "Create Forever Teammates" wherein he shares a coaching pro…
 
Even when we work with a therapist, listen to podcasts, watch videos, and read books, some parts of the recovery process remain completely our responsibility. There are recovery things that other people cannot do for us. We’re responsible for: Showing up and being an active participant in recovery Being consistent in the work we do Finding and disp…
 
How Does Exposure Work For Anxiety? Habituation vs Inhibitory Learning We know about exposure. Going toward the thing we fear rather than trying to avoid it, escape from it, or engineer life so that it is never “triggered”. We know that exposure is en effective tool when it comes to anxiety disorders. But how does it actually work? Why does it some…
 
Many people dealing with anxiety disorders experience problems sleeping from time to time. Many anxious people also wind up stuck in mental loops where they obsess about sleep and worry excessively about not sleeping and not sleeping "properly". This can result in a few common themes that revolve around disastrous feared outcomes associated with sl…
 
Everyone loves a good success story. Katie's story certainly qualifies! When I first met Katie she was crippled with fear, riddled with anxiety and panic, and generally spending her time on the floor with a fan blowing trying to calm down. Now she's living her life and even traveling solo to Europe multiple times. What a difference 18-24 months can…
 
This week I'm joined by therapist and author Jennifer Swantowski as she shares her ongoing experience with benzodiazepine withdrawal and anxiety. Jennifer is the author of "The Waiting Room" a most excellent book that anyone dealing with this challenge will find useful and inspiring. For full show notes on this episode: https://theanxioustruth.com/…
 
This week on the podcast we're talking about the difference between a survival mindset and a defiant mindset when it comes to anxiety, panic, and fear. Like it or not, we all have an anxiety mindset. We have a framework or a conceptualization of our anxiety situation. We formulate a platform that we stand on when it comes to anxiety. This influence…
 
For this podcast episode, we were joined by Julie Seibt to discuss and answer questions about Insomnia and Sleep. Julie Seibt is a Certified Yoga Therapist (I.A.Y.T) , iRest® Certified Meditation Teacher/Supervisor, and a teacher at the Trauma Informed Yoga Psychology School.By Michelle & Aida
 
Flying Anxiety It's a thing. This is not the same as fear of flying. In this episode of The Anxious Truth we're talking about flying anxiety - being afraid to fly because of your anxiety issues. This is a topic I've been asked to cover for quite some time, so let's get to it! For full show notes on this episode: theanxioustruth.com/221 --- My books…
 
I am asked all the time if it is OK to use safe people when doing exposures or facing anxiety challenges. Let's do our best to answer that question. We'll define the term "safe person" then explore situations where use of a safe person is perfectly fine. Then we'll look at situations where we must leave our safe people behind to go it alone for ful…
 
Many people in our community worry about the long term health effects of chronic anxiety. For some this is concern that pops up from time to time. For others, this can become an obsession and the primary driver of anxiety. Regardless of which situation you are in, we can acknowledge that the question is a reasonable one. This is a thing that we are…
 
Sometimes podcasts like this one can become soothing rituals, safety devices, and crutches in your recovery. While it might seem crazy for a podcaster to warn you against listening to his podcast, it's not in your best recovery interests to rely on crutches for too long. So stick with me, because there's a method to my madness and we examine this i…
 
Summer is here and it's the time of year when many people and families are heading of on their annual vacation. For those struggling with disordered anxiety, what 'should' be a nice relaxing time away with loved ones can feel like a panic-stricken week full of challenges. This topic has been requested by my audience and so this week, I'm joined by …
 
This week we have ten more of the most commonly asked questions about anxiety and recovery. Tune in as we tackle the following questions and issues: Is recovery possible even if I've suffered for many years? What if I don't have panic attacks and just feel anxious all day? How can I drive during a panic attack? Its not safe What if I have a real me…
 
This week we're answering ten of the questions about anxiety and recovery that are most often asked in our community. Tune in as we tackle the following questions and issues: Am I fully recovered and do I experience anxiety or panic any more? Is full recovery possible? Can you recover without medication? This is all easier said than done, Drew! How…
 
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