It's awful to feel stuck in life. To feel like you're going nowhere or that you're not where you want to be and feeling powerless in that fact. I have felt this way more times than I can count, as someone in my early 20s with anxiety and big dreams. And so, in one of… Continue reading How to Stop Feeling Stuck in Life (worksheet included)
I think it's about time we clapped for the badass people who are doing brave things every day without being appreciated for it. I see you; you're amazing! Keep going and doing you, boo! Click to play! https://youtu.be/t2hZ3bGyezs This week's worksheet to complete: Confidence Challenge Week Three Worksheet Checklist for the challenge:… Continue reading Clapping for the Badass People Doing Brave Things Every Day (Video)
I have had social anxiety since about 12-13 years old. I have been for therapy and classes and they have helped me. But in today's video, I am sharing the ONE thing that has helped me the MOST with my social anxiety coping/overcoming journey.
Are you an anxious person or an introvert and feeling lost or alone in the world? Then this channel is for you! We will be going through more ways to be the best you, despite your anxiety, fear, or being an introvert in an extroverted world. Click to play! https://youtu.be/E25Q9eTzNSc Subscribe to join the… Continue reading Video: The Introverts and Anxious People of the World
If you have social anxiety and you're worried about prom, here's some of my advice on how to cope with social anxiety during prom events.
Here in this post, I open up about what brings on my anxiety in my life and how it started.
There's never been so much choice than there is today and I believe that this is one of the leading causes in our society's mental health decline. We have never had so much choice on careers, with university being more easily accessible, new jobs being created, being able to travel and work abroad, and being… Continue reading Decisions Are Hurting Our Health
I had a (small) panic attack Sunday night. I was crying, sweating, thinking a million things at once, breathing rapidly, and shaking. My chest was tight. I felt out of control. And it wasn't nice. It wasn't fun. I hadn't had a panic in a while, so I did beat myself up for it having… Continue reading What My Panic Attack Taught Me
Remember the social pressures that we all face: Will I be liked? Will I be accepted? Will I be understood? Am I funny enough? Smart enough? Interesting enough? - and then times that by like ten for someone with social anxiety...it's not a nice feeling to deal with regularly.