Updated: Jun 11, 2020
I have generalized anxiety and also experience panic attacks.
There's a reason why I coach who I coach. I know what you're going through.
I've come a long way since I first began experiencing anxiety in my early twenties. I spent years not realizing I even had anxiety. Then I spent years getting various kinds of treatment. Then I spent years learning how to live with it and how to take care of myself.
I don't think I'm done learning about it.
I don't think I have it mastered.
I don't think it's gone.
And I certainly do not consider myself an expert on it.
But I have learned a great deal. And I manage my own anxiety quite well now.
I can help you.
Even if you don't identify as being anxious or having anxiety. If you ever experience stress, hopelessness, or generally freaking out, I can relate.
My personal journey has taken me from having full blown panic attacks AT WORK, crouched in a dark conference room crying my eyes out, to living a fulfilled, balanced life with rare moments of mild anxiety.
I remember what it felt like to not know what to do. That I'd always be like that. Not knowing how to make it better.
I do what I do now because I want people to know, to discover for themselves, that your life doesn't have to be like that.
Here's a Facebook Live I did a couple weeks ago when I was in the middle of an anxiety episode.
I did it for three reasons: 1. to be real 2. to show you you're not alone and 3. to try to calm myself the eff down!
Every Sunday night, I show up on Zoom to support you. I used to dread Monday, and the anxiety would begin early in the day on Sunday. If you're experiencing the pre-Monday panic, I'm there for you. Get some relief.
Every Sunday night, from 7:30 - 8:30pm CST, just click here and I'll be there, ready to support you, whatever you need.
And if nothing else, please know you're not alone. You're not alone in how you feel, and you don't have to be alone in this moment, trying to figure it all out by yourself.
It all starts with reaching out.