Each week, Adam and Zac discuss ideas and tools that anyone can use in their daily life to improve their overall wellbeing. In doing do, they hope to reduce stigma and create a more open dialogue surrounding mental health.
If you’re looking for inspiration and encouragement to make positive changes in your life but you’re not sure where to start or what to try next, then this is the podcast for you.
52.2 The Future of Mental Health and Wellbeing – Part Two
Part two of the anniversary episode on the future of mental health and wellbeing.
52.1: The Future of Mental Health and Wellbeing
The next two episodes of Anyone's Guide to Wellbeing cover a momentous occasion as Zac and Adam have now been recording the show for an entire year, and what a year it's been.
There's been a lot of growth, change and work that's gone into the podcast, and there is a lot more to come, so that's why we have a two part episode on the future of mental health and wellbeing, and we hope you'll join us on this journey for many years to come.
51: Lying to Yourself
Confidence can be a difficult thing. It's good to be confident, but what if it comes from the wrong place?
Sometimes it can be easy lie to yourself about your situation rather than face up to the things you need to change, and - without knowing it - you build your personality based on who you think you should be rather than who you are.
Take back your confidence and allow yourself to be genuine; this episode should help you to rediscover what makes you, you. There are also plenty of batman references...
50: Deriding Others
It’s easy to find ourselves thinking that we’re better than others. Sometimes, we end up being derisive of other people publically.
In this week’s episode, Adam and Zac discuss how deriding others is not only harmful, but is often in response to some underlying issues with our own self-worth.
If you’re finding yourself being overly critical of others, perhaps it’s better to first look at whether you are ignoring some of your own flaws. This episode will help you work through how to be critical of others in a constructive way and avoid being derisive.
It can be hard to ‘turn your brain off’, going around in circles repeating scenarios, both past and future, that have no consequence outside of the mind.
In this week’s episode, Adam and Zac discuss how thinking things through can help you prepare or process but how that can drift into the realms of ‘overthinking’. They highlight how this can have negative effects on your life and suggest ways you can respond when you find your brain is on overdrive.
Time to switch your brain off for a bit and let Anyone’s Guide to Wellbeing do the thinking for you.
48: Types of Love
We all love love. But it can be hard to know which love you love, or if your love is the right love.
With all this love flying around it can get confusing, especially when this one word can mean so many different things.
This week, Zac and Adam talk about different types of love and how we may be able to communicate it better.
We bet you'll just love this episode.