1 hr 5 min

Julya Lynass on What Anxiety and Depression Feels Like | Ep. 52 Optimistically Depressed

    • Mental Health

So you hear someone has anxiety or depression. What pops into your head? Someone who's down a lot or really tense? Those may be some of the symptoms, but it is way more complex than that. Since each of us are unique individuals, we feel depression and anxiety in unique ways. That's why it's important to talk about what it actually feels like; it can help each of us empathize with what is actually happening and it can help others of us identify similarities in ourselves and maybe discover that some of those feelings we have aren't something we should just be "powering through." Maybe they are something that should be addressed and repaired. Imagine that! 

Julya talks about what her depression and anxiety actually feels like and adds her own twist on how she views it in order to take charge and effectively live with it.



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About Ruth:

Ruth McMullen is the creator and host of Optimistically Depressed, a podcast where mental health, hurt, life philosophies and anything in between can be discussed without shame. Ruth is an advocate for mental health and has openly shared her journey with depression.


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So you hear someone has anxiety or depression. What pops into your head? Someone who's down a lot or really tense? Those may be some of the symptoms, but it is way more complex than that. Since each of us are unique individuals, we feel depression and anxiety in unique ways. That's why it's important to talk about what it actually feels like; it can help each of us empathize with what is actually happening and it can help others of us identify similarities in ourselves and maybe discover that some of those feelings we have aren't something we should just be "powering through." Maybe they are something that should be addressed and repaired. Imagine that! 

Julya talks about what her depression and anxiety actually feels like and adds her own twist on how she views it in order to take charge and effectively live with it.



Listen:

Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2Yi8bhw

iTunes: https://apple.co/2J3WFhN



Connect with Optimistically Depressed

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/optimisticallydepressed  

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/optimisticallydepressed 

Twitter: https://twitter.com/optmlydepressed



About Ruth:

Ruth McMullen is the creator and host of Optimistically Depressed, a podcast where mental health, hurt, life philosophies and anything in between can be discussed without shame. Ruth is an advocate for mental health and has openly shared her journey with depression.


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This episode is sponsored by
· Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/optimisticallydepressed/support

1 hr 5 min