Aug 10, 2020
How do you talk to yourself? Are you as kind and understanding of yourself as you are to everyone else? We know that our thoughts lead to our emotions, but what if you could change your thoughts before they had a chance to impact the way you feel? The conversations you have with your inner jury are the most important conversations you have, and the way you talk to yourself can help or hurt you as you deal with all of the emotions, including anxiety and depression and especially in the current climate of COVID-19. My guest today is full of valuable advice to help you thrive through this difficult time and to recognize the power of truly feeling all of your emotions. I’m joined by cognitive behavioral therapist and host of the Your Anxiety Toolkit podcast, Kimberley Quinlan, to talk about refining your inner voice, celebrating your emotions, and how to recognize if you have anxiety or depression or if you're just feeling stressed out with all that life is throwing at you.
Today we discuss —
Understanding the thoughts that lead to anxiety and depression
Correcting your self-talk
Celebrating all of the emotions
Kimberley’s book recommendation
How to Love (Mindfulness
by Thich Nhat Hanh.
Kimberley’s song choice is “True Colors,” by Justin Timberlake and Anna Kendrick
The Elegant Warrior Playlist on Spotify
Advocate for Yourself 10-Week Course
Subscribe to Weekly Newsletters
Brought to You By: