Episode #14 – In this episode, I talk about what God’s teaching me about how to for real trust Him in the middle of my panic/anxiety. Also, box breathing is my new thing and I’m doing it everywhere! If you haven’t heard about it, take a listen and try it. You won’t be disappointed!
Episode #4 – It’s just not possible to have a podcast about anxiety and not talk about what just might be the #1 anxiety trigger all over our world right now, COVID-19! But don’t pass this one up because you’re tired of hearing about all of the statistics, and you’re scared this will only make your anxiety worse. I can almost assure you that you’ll break a smile while listening to me talk about my 5 stages of coping with COVID-19 and the 5 ways I’m combatting my anxiety during this incredibly anxious time.
Episode #13 – Have you ever felt ashamed of your anxiety? Have you ever felt unloved by God because you continue to struggle with anxiety? Today I talk about getting free from the shame associated with your struggle.
Episode #12 – After a year of putting “New Year pressure” on myself (unhealthy pressure at times), I made a decision this year to have one goal. It’s definitely the best one I’ve ever had.
Perhaps the idea of picking a word or a verse feels overwhelming.
Maybe you’re like me: For a decade, you picked your phrase – just so you could say you had one…
Episode #4 – I can almost assure you that you’ll break a smile while listening to me talk about my 5 stages of coping with COVID-19 and the 5 ways I’m combatting my anxiety during this incredibly anxious time.
God’s character and existence do not change. He will never contradict His own Word. But will He speak to us?
He may be trying to talk to you about something really important. Make sure you are available to hear it.
He already put in motion for me things on the other side of that for my good. My steps are ordained, and I’m so grateful for His ability to do that.
God’s listening ear puts mine to shame. It makes me all the more thankful that I can talk God’s ear off. I definitely can’t take that for granted.