This is the Anxiety Road Podcast, the involuntary journey in finding treatment options for people that have anxiety and panics attacks with side trips into related mental health disorders.
This podcast is treatment agnostic.
Anxiety and Iceberg Thinking
Still in vacation mode. An iceberg belief is a self-limited thought. And one of the strange things about it is that some of those self-limiting thoughts can come from your family, broadcast and social media or your culture.
Anxiety and anxiety symptoms can amp up or bring to the surface some of those embedded thoughts.
Still in vacation mode but in this episode there is a whole lot of yacking about being careful about selecting a medical app or service and what does crazy mean? With the help of Pasty Cline and Gnarls Barkley maybe we can figure it out.
Stand in Your Truth
In this episode, some thoughts about staying in your truth and continuing your healing process. Or stand in your truth because I make mistakes and I have to stay and accept it.
In housekeeping news, I plan to take a little time off during the summer, so there may be two episodes or so a month for June, July and August 2021.
As always, I have some resources for you to check out.
Self Calming or Self Medication
In this episode, a quick look at what is self-calming and self-medication. In this context, I’m speaking about a psychological concept of self-medication to seek relief from emotional or mental health symptoms.
There is another meaning of the term about the necessity of self-treatment when you do not have access or can't afford healthcare services. That isn’t the topic of this episode.
Is Anxiety a Sin?
This episode lightly touches on some of the statements that are made by a few faith-based persons and factual information about anxiety and anxiety conditions/disorders.
Benzodiazepines Medications for Anxiety Disorders
Medication is one, but not the only treatment option when it comes to anxiety. In this episode a description of what Benzodiazepines Medication are, some of the names and resources to check out.
Informative and helpful
I stumbled upon this podcast and I love it. Gena is very informative and has episodes with a variety of techniques, information and resources on anxiety and related mental health issues. I think it helps that she talks about her own experiences with anxiety.
Recently started listening to podcasts. Found this to be very informative and actually relaxing especially for someone with anxiety.
The humor I need
Gena delivers great information and resources with a dry wit that makes her podcast about dealing with difficult mental health issues a pleasure to listen to. When I’m having trouble controlling my anxiety, she is one of my go-to tools: her “tell it like it is” style usually eases my stress, at least while I’m listening to her!