What to do When Anxiety Hits

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Michele Obama created quite a buzz this year when she opened up about how she was experiencing low-grade depression that was triggered by this year’s pandemic and political strife. 

On her recent podcast, she said she was waking up in the middle of the night because she was in a constant state of worry. It was a familiar feeling for so many Americans. 

One in three Americans reported experiencing symptoms of anxiety or depression… more than three times the rate in 2019.

Of course, social distancing has kept people isolating more, which can create deep feelings of loneliness. 

Having anxiety is like being trapped in your own personal nightmare. And believe me, I’ve been there.

If you or somebody you love is dealing with anxiety, today’s podcast with Julian Brass offers a step-by-step resource guide for how to create space for difficult emotions and transform from anxious to centered. 

Everyone experiences anxiety at one point or another. The causes can be as small as having too many emails. But, when you’re repeatedly feeling panicky, anxious, or find yourself avoiding situations because of irrational fears, then check out today’s episode with Julian Brass where we dive into methods to develop your self-talk muscles to pivot away from anxiety and fear and into being centered and action oriented. 

Julian’s international best-selling book, Own Your Anxiety offers 99 bite-sized, powerful tips to  redirect that raw, disruptive emotion into positive action.