November 15, 2019
This is a special episode as I have managed to track down the audio from a talk I did at a Health and Well being Summit back in 2018. There is so much good information in this talk that I have made the audio into this weeks episode!!
This week I cover the importance of confidence to me, how negative thoughts affect us, how we can train our minds to be different and how we can build confidence through expanding the comfort zone.
You can find more information and by blog at https://www.anxiety2confidence.com/ where you can also download a free exercise that will help you identify your negative thoughts.
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November 8, 2019
This week, find out how our automatic thoughts affect our feelings and our behaviours. Find out which automatic thoughts make us feel anxious, angry and depressed.
You can also find out what negative thoughts are holding you back by heading to my website and downloading my FREE exercise.
November 1, 2019
It is easy when talking about anxiety and mental health to become very preoccupied with the issue. It is so important that we also consider how we are going to make the changes necessary to improve our lives.
In this episode I talk about the attitude changes needed to be able to live a happy life.
Click here to find out more and see which negative thoughts are holding you back.
October 25, 2019
This episode is a big one!!! I am tackling meaning and purpose and how they relate to anxiety.
Crucially there are two exercises included that will help you to find your purpose and meaning in life.
PLUS I am talking about how you can find fulfillment in your job, even if it is a job you don't enjoy at all!!!
Loads of great info and help packed into this episode so make sure you listen.
As always, you can find more information and a FREE negative thoughts exercise at: https://www.anxiety2confidence.com/
October 18, 2019
In this episode I talk in more detail about how the adrenaline causes the physical symptoms of anxiety. I also talk about what kicks off an adrenaline response so that you can consider what thoughts might be starting your anxiety.
You can find out more about what thoughts are holding you back by heading to https://www.anxiety2confidence.com/
Here you can download your very own list of cognitive distortions and see which ones you do most often.
October 11, 2019
The term "toxic positivity" is one that I have seen on social media recently.
This episode explains what it is and how we can avoid turning positivity into a negative thing. We will also be covering how we use positivity in a therapy setting and how you can support friends and family members who may be going through a rough patch.
October 4, 2019
Self doubt can be crippling. It's that horrible little voice in our head that tells us we can't or we aren't good enough.
This episode covers what you can do to overcome self doubt!
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September 27, 2019
I often get asked what my number one tip for confidence is and my answer always surprises people!!
In this episode I talk about why self awareness is so important to developing confidence and how you can work on developing your self awareness.
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September 20, 2019
In this episode I answer questions on building confidence, even if you have never felt it before!
Our brains have an incredible capacity to learn new skills and learning to be more confident is exactly the same.
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August 30, 2019
This is a detailed episode to start with and it includes loads of great information to help you understand why it is we get anxiety and why it feels the way it does.
By understanding some of the background of anxiety, we can start to rationalise it more easily and understanding the physical symptoms will help us recognise it.
If you have any questions then please do get in touch as I will be answering any questions in future podcast episodes.