Today we’re joined by Dr. Jacque Bogdanov, a licensed clinical psychologist specializing in anxiety and behavioral issues in children.
All Humans struggle with thoughts and fears about death and existence from time to time.
In this issue I had the good fortune to chat with Tori Chavira about her journey through OCD and mental health issues while also handling the issues faced by a member of the LBGTQ+ community.
The inner critic is a nagging inner voice or dialogue that shows up to criticize and discourage you.
Most people will say that agoraphobia is that thing where you can’t leave your house. Others will say that agoraphobia is the fear of open spaces.
Lisa’s own heritage and her involvement in the mental health of her community have provided her with an inside look at the issues that Latinx men and women face when approaching anxiety and mental health in general.
There’s no reason to try to literally talk to it – unless it’s because you want to it to stop or make it go away.
This gets confused quite often. For people with panic disorder or agoraphobia, the big problem for them is the panic itself.
We must learn to relate in a new way to anxiety and the symptoms and thoughts that come with it.
I experienced physical symptoms, magnified emotions, magnified anxiety, depressive moods, and intrusive thoughts. It was quite a struggle for 8-9 months.
I used paxil between 1996 and 2005. This is part 2 of a 3 part series detailing my experience. My experience on paxil for 9 years was not a good one overall.
In this episode I finally discuss an issue so many people have been asking me to discuss for so long. My experience with anxiety medications.
Josh is a working therapist in the UK that runs a practice specializing in anxiety disorders.
We often talk about starting recovery by taking small steps, but did you know that those small steps can often be taken right inside your “safe zone”?
The lessons we learn in overcoming an anxiety disorder like OCD or health anxiety give us a rich set of experiences and skills that serve us well in other areas for the rest of our lives.
Today I had the privilege of spending 25 minutes chatting with her about recovery, the obsessive need for certainty and comfort that drives many disorders, and why reassurance and soothing is decidedly not the way.