The Anxiety Project Podcast is your go-to resource for overcoming anxiety, hypochondria (health anxiety), trauma, and agoraphobia, naturally. During my childhood and into my twenties, I struggled with an anxiety disorder that completely held me back from living a fulfilling life. After many years of struggle and eventually reaching rock bottom with agoraphobia, I finally had enough and decided to create a whole new identity for myself. I studied Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, NLP, found a coach, rid myself of bad habits, released repressed emotional memories, and pursued through incredible resistance in order to reach my higher self.
Now, as a Cognitive Behaviorist and NLP Master Practitioner, I aim to offer honest content that provides informative and relatable information about the many areas of anxiety. My mission is to provide a structured step by step approach to overcoming anxiety and sensitization naturally (through CBT and NLP practices) and build an honest and trustworthy rapport with those who seek help for their life challenges.
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TAPP #106 - Is Suffering Necessary For Change? | Q&A
On this Q&A podcast episode, I answer your questions in detail relating to anxiety recovery. The questions I tackle are: What are your currently trying to improve on? Why is suffering necessary for change? And, is journaling worth the effort? I dive deep into these questions, so tune in for a very powerful episode.
TAPP #105 - A Real Illness Or Anxiety?
On this podcast episode, I talk about how someone can easily misinterpret an anxiety sensation as being a real physical illness. We can build strong neuronal connections in our brains between the sensation and the fear of it. There is a way where you can break this thought pattern and get out of this anxiety loop you have created.
TAPP #104 - Why I Quit Porn
On this episode, I talk about my experiences with pornography and why I spent the last 2 years porn free. This over stimulating activity does impact the wiring of our brains and it is important to recognize the harm porn can have over your life. I go over the science behind this addiction and how my social anxiety lessoned when I finally quit this nasty habit.
TAPP #103 - Techniques For Negative Thoughts
On this episode, I talk about my experiences with negative thoughts and why they can be difficult to ignore. Our brains are plastic, which means we can strengthen and weaken neural pathways. The more emotion you give a thought, the more you strengthen your grip over it. I talk about how thoughts become so well learned and the different techniques you can implement to break your hold over these negative thoughts.
TAPP #102 - PANIC! How I Dealt With It
On this episode, I talk about panic attacks and my past experiences going through these terrible events. There are right ways and wrong ways to handle panic attacks. The wrong way? Leaving the environment your in when you feel panic. The right way? Remain in the environment until your anxiety lessons. I go over why this is true and more on this podcast episode.
TAPP #101 - Artificial Happiness
On this podcast episode, I talk about artificial happiness like: drugs, food, sex, porn, and negative friends. These acts only provide temporary bandaids to those underlying challenges you do not want to face. But those bandaids led to more negative outcomes down the road. I go over my past years avoiding responsibility and how living on pleasure island only manifested an anxiety disorder.