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Dan Harris is a fidgety, skeptical ABC News anchor who had a panic attack live on "Good Morning America," which led him to try something he always thought was ridiculous: meditation. He went on to write the bestselling book, "10% Happier." In this podcast, Dan explores happiness (whatever that means) from all angles. Guests include legendary meditation teachers -- from the Dalai Lama to Western masters -- as well as scientists, and even the odd celebrity. But the show also ventures beyond me ...
 
Comedians Andrew Schiavone and Steven Rogers tell relatable and funny stories of what gave them anxiety this week and then have their anxiety analyzed on the podcast by a therapist. The anxiety they deal with can be big problems going through a job change or as small as giving a friend a bad handshake. The comedians and their resident therapist "Doctor Deb" gives anxiety advice, analysis, and tries to help anxiety problems sent in by listeners. Laugh and learn and be surprised that you aren' ...
 
With over 10 Million downloads, The Anxiety Coaches Podcast brings you a relaxing and inspiring show sharing lifestyle changes to calm your nervous system and help you heal Anxiety, Panic, and PTSD for life! We Bring you 2 episodes every week. There is no need to walk this path alone. Join us for a relaxing, informative and inspiring time and start your journey out of anxiety-panic! Find meditations, info about anxiety and more at www.AnxietyCoachesPodcast.com Enjoy the most recent 100 episo ...
 
Join Erica and her former therapist and anxiety expert, Dr. Charles Barr (licensed clinical psychologist) as we walk alongside you on your anxiety journey. They've both suffered from and overcome anxiety and panic attacks and now they want to help you do the same! Because: You're NOT broken. You're NOT alone. You're on your way to living a life FREE of anxiety!
 
Have you ever dreamed about quitting your job, horrifying your family and road tripping for an indeterminate amount of time? Well, that’s exactly what we’re doing. Follow Maggie and Adam as we drive from San Francisco to Tierra Del Fuego, and all our panic attacks along the way.
 
Hosted by Tim JP Collins - this is a show to support everyone suffering with Anxiety, stress and panic attacks, Tim suffered with Anxiety and panic attacks and has changed his life to recover and now supports others in doing the same. This unique show isn't just about coping, it's about moving past Anxiety and fear to live the life you were destined for. Each week Tim interviews people that have stories that you will be able to relate to. The interviews are raw, real and vulnerable and peopl ...
 
A psychology podcast with someone who "gets it". Mitch Wallis' ultimate goal is to help people cope with challenging mental health issues, and feeling understood is a great place to start. Each episode provides tactical steps for how to deal with complex emotional problems in a step-by-step framework based on evidence and experimentation. From "too much information" personal sharing, to advice on overcoming debilitating anxiety, to interviews with world leading expert - this podcast has what ...
 
Are you an audio professional or want to be one? Do you want to know how other audio professionals got to where they are? Do you love recording but want to know about more than just gear? Learn how to survive and thrive as an audio professional. The Working Class Audio Podcast Navigating the World of Recording with a Working Class Perspective.
 
The Anxious RN is the podcast the medical field has been waiting for. Host/Registered Nurse, Kailan, opens up about the mental health issues that healthcare workers face day to day. With a touch of humor, she brings in healthcare guests to discuss these issues and show you that you are not alone.
 
This is the Anxiety Free Life Podcast, the podcast that shows you how to Create Your Anxiety Free Life and provides Talk, Stories, Music and Relaxation Sounds For Fears, Anxiety and Panic Attacks Talk about the reality of anxiety, panic attacks, fear and inner conflicts as well as developing confidence, self esteem, clarity and peace, and bringing you freedom from anxiety, getting you results fast and helping you to Create Your Anxiety Free Life, Now and Forever. Find us everywhere podcasts ...
 
Mentor, minister, philosopher, spiritual guide... Roy Masters was America's first radio counselor and is the author of more than 16 acclaimed books on health, stress, parenting, religion, and success. For nearly half a century Roy Masters has been an institution on radio, and his "Advice Line" radio program is currently broadcast nationwide on a 130 radio stations and available via the Internet. Visit www.fhu.com for more information about Roy Masters, his radio program and featured material ...
 
John Cordray is a licensed therapist and a leading voice for emotionally healthy living. Discover what's keeping you from living the life you desire. Learn what to do with anxiety, anger, depression, relationship conflicts as well as other emotions and behaviors that can prevent us from living a fulfilling life. John P. Cordray, LPC, NCC Helping you feel better about life. Contact: john@johncordray.com www.johncordray.com
 
An empowering movement to help you combat your excuses, take control of your life, write your own story & most importantly Find Your Voice. Whatever your current situation is telling you, it is not the end. It is just a chapter or page in the book of your life. This podcast will interview people from all walks of life who have faced, adversity, anxiety, grief, death, depression, family loss etc but have found a way to persevere and win. They have found their voice & have now started to write ...
 
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My guest today is Seattle-based producer-engineer Andy D. Park. Andy has worked with Death Cab for Cutie, John Van Deusen. K Flay, The Deftones, Alice in Chains, Pearl jam, and Soundgarden. He talks to us from his freshly built studio at his home in Seattle. In this episode, we discuss: Idealism Recording Schools Making Mistakes Tucson to Seattle P…
 
On this Martin Luther King day, it’s tempting to fear that America, and the world, may never have been further away from the kind of inclusive society that Dr. King called for so eloquently. So today, we are, I hope, going to give you a little hope -- and perhaps also some ideas for how you can be an engaged citizen without losing your mind. My gue…
 
Steven talks about how he got prank called and it trigger past anxiety of when he got mean prank calls in high school. Andrew talks about the anxiety of realizing you've gained weight after eating a lot after the holidays. He also talks about the anxiety of when someone you live with eats your leftovers. Dr. Deb pops in at the end to give them weig…
 
In today's episode, Gina discusses the role of the breath in influencing our state of anxiety and how we can use in in conjunction with mindfulness to improve our overall state of consciousness and wellness. The link between our anxious thinking and physical symptoms is discussed. Nose breathing in contrast to breathing though the mouth is recommen…
 
My guest this week is my mama Robin Chidester, a Labor and Delivery RN. She opens up to me about how she discovered she was experiencing anxiety along with what coping skills help her. We also chat about what it is like to be a Labor and Delivery nurse during a pandemic. If you love this podcast, SUBSCRIBE/LIKE/REVIEW on whatever platform you liste…
 
Nothing compares to now. Let Jeff help you find freedom and ease from constant comparing by embracing this very moment. Take a few minutes to help us out by answering a survey about your experience with this podcast! The team here is always looking for ways to improve, and we’d love to hear from all of you, but we’d particularly like to hear from t…
 
In today's episode, Gina discusses a powerful tool for steering your life in the direction you want it to go: self-questioning. So much can be revealed about yourself by asking some important questions. This episode includes 10 useful questions that can help you know yourself better and direct your life purposefully. Simply Earth Check out their Es…
 
This is exactly what I needed right now: a huge, helpful dose of perspective in the midst of the political crisis gripping America -- a crisis which, of course, has ripple effects for the whole world. Jack Kornfield trained as a Buddhist monk in Thailand, India, and Burma. He went on to co-found the Insight Meditation Society and then its sister ce…
 
If you’re either seething or scared — or both — in the aftermath of the attack on the US Capitol, this one’s for you. In times of national and international strife, we’ve made it a habit of turning to Lama Rod Owens. Rod was officially recognized as a lama by the Kagyu school of Tibetan Buddhism after doing a three-year retreat. He has a Master of …
 
My guest today is Grammy award-winning mixer engineer and producer Ryan Gilligan. Ryan got his start at Quad Studios in New York, where he started as an intern, then assistant before taking on a year-long engineering gig for Busta Rhymes. Following that, he returned to Quad and began a mentorship with Michael Brauer that would last for seven years.…
 
Andrew talks about feeling bad for leaving his insurance company even though he doesn't know them personally. He also talks about how the stress of losing money in the stock market has weighed on him the whole pandemic but he recently got it back. Steven talks about the stress of planning the perfect birthday for his girlfriend and how it went. Dr.…
 
In today's episode, Gina discusses affirmations as a relaxation technique for those suffering with anxiety. Scientific research studies are cited that verify the beneficial affect positive affirmations can have on people's lives. Best of all, a number of positive affirmations are shared with listeners. Please visit today's awesome sponsor! Better H…
 
My guest this week is Sophie, a RN in the UK who is about to experience her third strict Covid lock down. Sophie opens up to me about how covid has impacted her job by having to transition from Pediatric Nursing to Adult ICU, how she went from a performing arts major to nursing and how she felt when she was diagnosed with Covid-19. If you love this…
 
I don't know about you, but I felt a lot of anger, fear, and sadness while watching those horrifying images from the United States Capitol on Wednesday. So how do we handle this with some degree of equanimity? That's what we're going to talk about today. It's Friday, which is when we usually post bonus meditations or talks, but given the collective…
 
In today's episode, Gina discusses the innumerable benefits of establishing a basic mindfulness meditation practice in your life. The advantages of incorporating a mantra into your practice are discussed. How to handle your thinking experience during mindfulness practice is touched on. You can't do it wrong, start today! Episode supported by Ned If…
 
New Year’s Series Episode 4. Today we’re going to dive into the science behind why so many of us get New Year's resolutions so wrong -- and how we can do better. My guest is Dr. Laurie Santos. As you may remember, she made her debut on this show just over a month ago, in an episode about how to handle the pandemic winter blues. She was such a font …
 
My guest today is Jenny Ortiz, also known as mixedbyJNY. Jenny has worked with K.A.A.N., JLA, Contraband, and Thurs. She talks to us from her home and home studio in Southern California, where we have a great conversation. In this episode, we discuss: Behind The Scenes Videos College Audio Wrapping Cables Shantih Hasst of Studio 770 Interning Align…
 
Andrew talks about the anxiety of when you say something mean and you don't realize how mean it was until days later. Steven talks about the anxiety of being bad at golf in front of his girlfriend's family and the anxiety of having plane turbulence. Dr. Deb pops in at the end to give them advice on how to relax during a high pressure situation and …
 
In today's episode, Gina shares the practice of using a one word touchstone to help us during our experience of anxiety. Similar to a traditional New Year's resolution, but often involving more focus and awareness, using a one word touchstone can help ground us during trying times and help us see good things we may not otherwise witness. Simply Ear…
 
This week my guest is Chelsea Renner, a Travel Nurse and Aesthetic RN. Chelsea and I talk about the weight that nurses carry as caregivers, how Covid has forced us to figure out the self-care that works for us, and so much more! If you need an episode that makes you feel understood as a healthcare worker, this is IT! Make sure to follow my Instagra…
 
New Year’s Series Episode 3. We talk with Karamo about how to practice self-love--and why doing so is the opposite of selfish. Karamo was the first out gay Black man on reality TV when he appeared on MTV’s The Real World: Philadelphia in 2004. But then he left TV and found out he was a father. He got custody of his son, adopted his son’s half-broth…
 
In today's episode, Gina speaks about anxiety and codependency and guides listeners on a meditation addressing these topics. Let Gina's wisdom and soothing voice guide you through a moment of peace and tranquility and into a new year. Visit today's sponsor! Thrive Market Join today and you’ll get a FREE gift of your choosing, up to $24 dollars in v…
 
New Year’s Series Episode 2. We talk with Chris Germer about the scientifically-proven benefits of self-compassion; how to practice self-compassion in your life; the disutility of shame; and the connection between self-compassion and compassion for others. Oh, and we also take some listener voicemails. Chris Germer is a clinical psychologist and le…
 
My guest today is engineer, musician Paul Fig. Paul has worked with Alice In Chains, Slipknot, Bush, the Def Tones, Rush, Stone Sour, The Mars Volta, and Johnny Cash. Paul's also worked alongside Joe Barresi, Matt Hyde, Don Smith, Matt Wallace, David Bianco, George Drakoulias, and Greg Fidelman. He's a former member of the band Amen. And when he's …
 
New Year’s Series Episode 1. We talk with expert meditation teachers Susan Piver and Jeff Warren about a radical approach to the new year: self-compassion. Susan and Jeff help introduce the New Year’s Meditation Challenge launching in the Ten Percent Happier app. And we respond to listener voicemail questions about how to operationalize self-love i…
 
This week we continue the new format of Steven and Andrew talking and joking about their anxieties of the week and Dr. Deb analyzing them only at the end of the episode. This week Steven is anxious because he feels bad whenever he leaves his parents after visiting them and his fear of flying. Andrew talks about how his childhood mall had a huge par…
 
In today's episode, Gina discusses the importance of being able to destress without the intake of food or alcohol. A range of suggestions are made for both solitary and social activities that can help you destress without indulging in food or drink. From meditation and breathing to petting a pet or watching a funny movie, you are bound to find a us…
 
Feel the sweet happiness of gratitude for those who have helped you over the years, the kind benefactors in your life. Excited about our upcoming New Year's Challenge? Download the Ten Percent Happier app today to get ready: https://10percenthappier.app.link/install About Jay: Dr. Jay Michaelson is the Editor of Wisdom Content at Ten Percent Happie…
 
In today's episode, Gina shares seven habits that will help foster serenity in your life. From remembering your gratitude and using a gratitude journal to developing healthy responses to stress, this episode is sure to have a helpful suggestion for you in your search for equanimity. Simply EarthCheck out their Essential Oil Recipe Box! Plus, get a …
 
Did you know there's a proper way to grieve? Author, radio host, and counselor Gina Pastore speaks from her own experience in this episode. If you didn't hear Part One of the conversation with Gina you can find that in last week's episode (Episode 50). Gina also shares tips on how she was able to get over the hump of her deepest, darkest grief afte…
 
I, like many people, have the potential to get pretty dysregulated around food and body image. A lot of men don’t talk about this stuff, but there is plenty of evidence that this is a unisex issue. Especially during the holidays, when we’re surrounded by treats and stress-eating because we can’t see our family, or we can -- and they’re making us cr…
 
Vulnerability is not something I ever personally considered to be a valuable skill to cultivate. That is, until I met today’s guest, Brené Brown-- who helped me understand that being vulnerable is not about weakness, nor is it about sloppy oversharing. Instead, she argues, vulnerability is about honesty, realness, risk, and courage. All qualities t…
 
My guest today is engineer Shuta Shinoda. Based in London, originally from Tokyo. We talk all about Shuta's journey from Japan to the UK and everything in between. In this episode, we discuss: Learning Audio Visa Challenges Working in Japan Working in England Cleaning windows English classes Sacrificing Peak time Train Battles Moving to London Conn…
 
This week's anxieties are Steven thinking people are talking about him while he waits in line. Andrew worries about the vaccine changing things too quickly and his fear of needles. Both get into the anxiety of how the holidays have changed in 2020. Plus they get into listener topics including the anxiety of taking time off from your own business, t…
 
In today's episode, Gina shares her wisdom regarding the many ways meditation serves those recovering from anxiety. In particular, this episode is full of tips and strategies for using meditation to build self-confidence. Using these techniques, meditation can make your confidence soar. Please visit today's awesome sponsor! Better Help is bringing …
 
This week my guest is a ICU RN Deanna Okajima. Deanna and I dive into how the art of nursing has changed completely due to Covid-19, how eating disorders and anxiety can go hand in hand, and the journey of learning what our individualized minds need to cope with mental health. If you love this podcast, SUBSCRIBE/LIKE/REVIEW on whatever platform you…
 
Exactly eight years ago, former major league baseball player and radio host Frank Pastore passed away in a motorcycle accident while driving home from work. Frank who played in the major leagues in the late 1980s, was at the time considered to be one of the best pitchers in the entire MLB. After his career ended, Frank went on to later become a dri…
 
Being kind to ourselves in hard times bolsters our resilience, so we can learn from setbacks rather than getting stuck in rumination. About Sebene: Born in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia and raised in Washington, D.C, Seb has been drawn to explore the intersection of different cultures. She was a self-professed "really bad dharma student," until she was dia…
 
In today's episode, Gina discusses the topic of intuitive eating and how to incorporate the practice into a peaceful and healthy lifestyle. This topic is particularly relevant during the holidays. An important distinction is made between physical hunger and emotional eating. Visit NuCalm and receive 50% off your 30 day subscription and their money …
 
I don’t know about you, but there have been many times during this wrenching year where I have made my pain even worse by adding on layers and layers of self-criticism. There’s a notion that is deeply ingrained in our culture that the only way to succeed -- or even to survive -- is to liberally apply an internal cattle prod. But there is research t…
 
The notion of transmuting the difficult stuff in your life into something positive has become a cliche. Turning lemon into lemonades, making your mess your message, etcetera. But, as I have said many times on this show, there is a reason cliches become cliches: they’re true. And it is extraordinarily helpful, in my experience, when someone can re-l…
 
My guest today is Grammy award-winning recording engineer John Baffa. He's worked with a wide array of people, including Mike Patton, Henry Rollins, the Melvins, as well as the Los Angeles percussion quartet. He joins us from his home in Southern California, and we talk about many things, including his work at Cal Arts as an instructor. John Baffa,…
 
This week anxieties are Steven having imposter syndrome after having a bad comedy set and Andrew worrying about what to get his family for Christmas and especially now that he does not have a credit card. Plus they get into listener topics including the anxiety of having anxiety without having any triggers, being worried about COVID at the gym, and…
 
In today's episode, Gina discusses an article highlighting the importance of repetition in influencing our subconscious minds and ultimately our conscious experience. Reducing negative thinking and replacing it with affirmative, positive thinking can do wonders for helping us reduce our anxiety. Simply Earth Check out their Essential Oil Recipe Box…
 
Caring about others' well being actually enhances our own. Practice and see how this beautiful quality begins to transform your experience. About Joseph Goldstein: Joseph is one of the most respected meditation teachers in the world -- a key architect of the rise of mindfulness in our modern society -- with a sense of humor to boot. In the 1970's, …
 
We have news for you: You are under stress. We all are! In this episode, Erica and Dr. Barr cover: The sadness that comes with the holidays looking very differently these days Job insecurity due to the pandemic and the financial demands of the holidays. The loneliness of having to be away from family for the holidays Traveling safely during the pan…
 
In today's episode, Gina instructs listeners in two practices using the five senses that help you ease into mindfulness and reduce anxiety. The first uses all of the senses to increase our awareness of our surroundings. The second uses vision to focus our awareness, paying particular attention to colors. Please visit today's awesome sponsor! Better…
 
How much would your relationships improve if you could up your emotional intelligence game? That phrase -- emotional intelligence -- entered the lexicon 25 years ago, when my friend Daniel Goleman wrote a book by the same name. And so on this episode, to mark the 25th anniversary edition of Emotional Intelligence, we’re having Danny on the show. By…
 
In this episode of Understood with Mitch Wallis we cover: A common communication trait that turns people away and how to stop it A helpful reframe to shift out of feeling unnecessarily guilty 3 steps to finding your purpose in life The exhaustion of uncovering more and more layers in therapy, is there an end? Tips to starting a charity What is "bey…
 
Sam Harris (no relation to me, by the way -- although I wouldn’t mind it) has had a formative impact on my contemplative development. He was one of the first “normal” (at least that’s how I computed it, back when I was still a rather judgmental skeptic) people I met who was really into meditation, which gave me a lot of courage and inspiration to p…
 
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