You worry. I worry. We all do….
There’s a lot for women to feel worried and anxious about, if you’re paying attention to the world today.
Exploring the worries and stress with curiosity and compassion allows you to truly know yourself and live more authentically. And, you will discover someone who is strong, capable and resilient, come what may.
Battling with your worries can make sleep difficult, can make it hard to feel fully present, grounded and really hard to focus on tasks. The struggle keeps you from trusting your inner wisdom and intuition and leaves you feeling like you’re not fully living your life. I know, I’ve been there.
I’m Elizabeth Cush and I’m a licensed clinical professional counselor in Annapolis, MD, and the creator and host of the Woman Worriers podcast. I’ve struggled with anxiety and worry most of my life. Over the last 15 years I’ve learned to work with the anxiety when it shows up, to trust my inner wisdom, and to speak up and be heard.
I want to help you build a caring, compassionate relationship with your anxiety and unleash the warrior within.
It’s time to stop battling against yourself and start using your power to meet the challenges of everyday with energy, purpose, and bravery.
Finding Your Way to Your Deep Inner Knowing
No matter where you are on your inner journey, this week’s episode of Woman Worriers is for you. Host Elizabeth Cush welcomes Jac O’Keeffe for an enlightening conversation about spirituality and mental health.
How Finding Yourself Can Set You Free
If you’ve ever felt adrift, this week’s episode of Woman Worriers is for you. Host Elizabeth Cush and Sarah Wong talk about being adopted, anxiety and the journey to Self.
Relax With a Mindful Beach Walk Visualization
If the pandemic has kept you at home for the past months, this episode of Woman Worriers is for you. Host Elizabeth Cush provides a change of scenery with a mindful beach walk visualization.
“Doing a little visualization might be a nice change of scenery, even if it’s just in your mind.” — Elizabeth Cush
Whether we’re trying to stay out of winter weather or avoid getting sick, many of us have been staying home a lot. If you’ve been living and working within the same four walls, stressing out about helping kids with distance learning, or maybe just tired of looking at the same surroundings day in and day out, a little change of scenery might be in order. In this week’s episode of the Woman Worriers podcast, host Elizabeth Cush, LCPC, a licensed professional therapist and founder of Progression Counseling in Annapolis, Md., offers a safe way to get away to a place of peace and calm. She guides you, moment by moment, through a mindful visualization of a walk on the beach, with all its sights, sounds, smells and sensations of the seaside and the lessons we can learn from the ocean.
Find the full show notes here- http://womanworriers.com
What Women Need to Know About Setting Boundaries
Do you sometimes have trouble speaking up for yourself? Then listen in on this week’s episode of Woman Worriers as host Elizabeth Cush and Talia Bombola, known as The Confidence Coach, talk about how women can learn to be more assertive.
How to Have a Healthier Relationship With Money
If you’ve ever worried about money, this week’s episode of Woman Worriers is for you. Host Elizabeth Cush welcomes financial therapist Lindsay Bryan-Podvin for a healing conversation about financial anxiety.
Easy Mindfulness Practices You Can Use When It’s Cold Outside
If your anxiety didn’t disappear with the New Year, this episode of Woman Worriers is for you. Hosts Elizabeth Cush talks about how mindfulness can help you get through the winter.
“How can we feel more grounded and present in our lives through the rest of the winter?” — Elizabeth Cush
Listen and learn:
How you can feel more grounded and able to handle anything that comes up What mindfulness does and why it can help us feel less anxious How to get started with mindful journaling—and what kinds of things you might write Where to find journaling prompts specifically designed to help you manage your anxiety How to ground yourself by taking a mindful moment A quick trick that can bring more mindfulness to your day in only a minute How to listen mindfully—whether you’re outdoors or staying inside out of the cold. How to open up all your senses on a mindful winter walk You can find the full show notes here- https://www.progressioncounseling.com/woman-worriers
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Authentic to the Core
Even though the world is in turmoil, Elizabeth supports her guests to share their authentic selves. This podcast inspires us all to be peaceful inside. My favorite episodes show us how to view things differently, and respond to challenges with creativity and calm. Thank you Elizabeth and friends!
Overcome Anxiety & Grow in Other Ways, Too!
This podcast is terrific, with both anxiety-related topics as well as other valuable ways to grow as a person. Elizabeth is a wonderful host who gets her guests to open up about their personal journey as well as the difficult childhood experiences they’ve overcome. Inspiring and helpful!
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Love this podcast! It is soooo helpful. The interviews are great. Biz’s personal stories are awesome. Each episode offers a lot to chew on. As someone who deals with anxiety, this is a great resource.