TAGP 134: #AskTheAnxietyGuy Show – Progress Over Anxiety, The Heart, And Relationships

September 6, 2018

progress-over-anxiety“Maintaining Progress Over Anxiety is Challenging, But Not As Challenging As Living With Anxiety Forever.”

Warriors, I’ve got an exciting #AskTheAnxietyGuy show for you today. Questions have been rolling in through social media over the past few weeks and I’m excited to show you how to maintain your progress over anxiety, how to deal with the ruminations over the sensitivity to your heart, and what to do about relationship anxiety.

HERE Is How To Get Your Question On The Show!

I’ve gone through each one of these questions multiple times in my own head during my anxiety disorder, as well as my transition. The consistent and never-ending improvement part (termed CANI by the Japanese) when transitioning from anxiety to freedom will take first priority on this episode.

Reason being, I need you to understand what tools will keep you on track and what perceptions will hold you back. I’ve said this before on my Instagram account (please follow) and I’ll say it again…

“Action Without Understanding Leads To Inaction.”

So if you’re out there trying every tool and strategy in the world to lessen your anxiety levels, without fully understanding what you’re applying it will be useless. Many times when I work with people through the end the anxiety program I realize how one new realization can change everything. An “A-HA” moment seemingly out of nowhere hits the warrior like a brick, and all of a sudden their entire viewpoint over their inner challenges change.

We’ll also be looking at how sensitivity to our hearts during anxiety can be so bewildering and scary. It can prevent us from moving, limiting our exercise routines and therefore our overall health. Finally, we’ll be touching on what to do when you have anxiety and you’re in a relationship. How should your partner respond, and what tools should you bring with you.

Disclaimer: The Anxiety Guy Podcast as well as the #asktheanxietyguy episodes are not a substitute for professional mental health care, and medical care. By asking questions, receiving answers, and listening to the podcast you understand that all comments and ideas by Dennis Simsek (The Anxiety Guy) are solely for the purpose of aiding you in your current life challenges. This podcast is not intended to treat, cure, or heal your emotional and mental health challenges, and should be listened to at your own discretion. If your video is chosen to air on The Anxiety Guy Youtube channel, a media liability release form will need to be completed by either the individual or the parent or legal guardian if you are under 20 years old. 


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