Tag Archives: anxiety

Lower Stress Levels

ICYMI Calm the Eff Down: Lower Stress Levels

Since the pandemic is as bad or even worse than it’s ever been, I’m replaying 10 of my favorite episodes from the Calm the Eff Down series that I ran in early April during the first Covid wave. Each day… more →

Dealing With Grief

And the Hits Just Keep on Coming- Dealing With Grief

The details of this pandemic and the implications it has on our lives is continually evolving. This week we should start to hear from colleges what they’ve decided to do for the fall. I’m sure elementary, middle, and high schools… more →

roller coaster

We Are on an Emotional Covid Roller Coaster

We are on an Emotional Covid Roller Coaster right now. This a straight up fact. And what do roller coasters have? Highs, and lows. And curves that whip your head around and even some slow times when nothing much is… more →

managing your own anxieties

Managing Your Own Anxieties

I’m here today with a special message for the moms and dads who listen to this podcast. And that is managing your own anxieties and to put on your own mental oxygen mask first, so that you can be strong… more →

halt anxiety in its tracks

Try This Breath to Halt Anxiety in its Tracks

Today’s big idea is that in the coaching world anxiety is often described as excitement without breath. Meaning, anxiety isn’t 100 percent bad. In fact, it’s often a sign that we are up to something big, or important, or out… more →

Chill Out—Two Acupressure Points for Calming

Chill Out—Two Acupressure Points for Calming

Today’s big idea is that there are two special little spots on your body—no, not any of those spots that just popped in to your head when I said that!—that are important acupressure points for calming the nervous system, and… more →

The Personal Costs of Inaction

The Personal Costs of Inaction

Today’s big idea is that if there’s something that you’re wanting to do, or needing to do, and you’re not doing it, a good way to get yourself motivated is to think about the personal costs of inaction and the… more →