Tag Archives: depression

Anxiety and the Brain: 25 Routes to Safety

Ever had the feeling you just couldn’t do it? Dr. Kai Swigert explains why fear feels so real and offers “25 Routes to Safety.” continue reading »

Self-Coaching vs. Mental Illness

By paying attention to the labels we assign ourselves and the language we use, we can challenge the emotional stressors that drive our anxious and depressed habits. Dr. Joe shares, “The difference between the right word and the almost right word is like the difference between lightning and the lightning bug.” continue reading »

Time to Take Hold

“It’s not that I’m failing, or that I’ve caused this. Almost anyone else with the anxiety conditions I have would be feeling very similarly under these circumstances.”

“Whatever I do, I will keep making positive decisions. This anxiety hasn’t beaten me, and it’s not going to.” continue reading »