“The Fear Of Passing Anxiety Onto Your Kids Is A Very Real One For Many Warriors.”
In today’s #AskTheAnxietyGuy podcast episode I’m answering a number of very important questions. One of the questions are related to whether an anxiety sufferer will pass their anxiety onto their kids or not. A common fear for me during my 6 year anxiety disorder as well, and I’m excited to be able to share my insights on this topic.
This 2nd weekly episode of the podcast is for you, and I want to take a moment to thank you from the bottom of my heart. I want to thank you for trusting me with suggestions to help you in your life. Your success stories recently through my program, videos, and podcast episodes are my fuel. This fuel gives me the insight to provide quality content for each of you.
Back to the episode. I’m also going to be sharing my deepest insights on overcoming the fear of physical symptoms of anxiety. These misinterpretations made by the brain and body based on past experiences can certainly be re-framed. When the re-framing process takes place healing can begin.
Anxiety is always a manifestation of something you’re doing, it’s not who you are. It’s important to start here. By understanding that the doing (as in ways of thinking, and behaviourally) is the main reason for the way you feel, we can always change what you’re doing. Progress over anxiety must be at a constant, whether that means overcoming a fear, thinking rationally, or other.
In podcast #136 of The Anxiety Guy Podcast we’re looking into:
- The best ways to counter fears over passing anxiety onto your kids
- How the desensitization process over the fear of physical symptoms of anxiety begins
- The 3 best herbs/supplements for overcoming anxiety and bettering mental health