First you leap, then you learn!

At some point, overcoming anxiety, panic, agoraphobia and other related issues means taking a leap of faith.  There will come a time when you have to stop reading, searching, thinking and discussing and take real action in the form of doing the things you fear the most.  Many people talk about waiting until it “clicks” with them before they do it.  This is a mistake.  It “clicks” after you do it.  Experiential learning – the cornerstone of recovery – only happens with experience and experience doesn’t come from thinking or talking or reading.  It comes from DOING.

Happy to be back with my friend Holly discussing this important point!


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Often there is overlap between anxiety disorders like panic disorder and agoraphobia, past trauma and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Monique and I discuss her path to overcoming trauma and generalized anxiety disorder and how the path is remarkably similar when dealing with all of these issues.

Comments and questions welcomed as always!



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