Hello! It’s been a while since I’ve produced a podcast so today is indeed a good day. Why now? Honestly I’m not sure why I chose today to release a new podcast. All I can say is that it feels good to be back. Especially since I haven’t produced a podcast for over 3 freaking months. Speaking of which, I just want to make clear that all is well. Some folks were asking if I was okay over social media and the answer is yes – I’m good. My absence from the podcast was really an unplanned hiatus of sorts, but I think I’m ready to return to business as usual. I haven’t decided on a production schedule but I will be producing new podcasts over the next several months. We’ll see where it goes from there. If you have any topic ideas or even show formats you’d like for me to explore please email me here.
Anyway, today’s show will focus on some key ways that you can use to manage the frustration that anxiety often produces. See, anxiety can cause you to feel irritable, easily annoyed, and just plain ole short tempered. Some people may perceive you as being grouchy, but really you just might be feeling overwhelmed by all the stress you’re under. It happens all the time. Actually, I remember being mean to a lot of people when I felt super anxious. I often occupied that weird space between “I really need your help” and “Leave me the hell alone.” It can all get pretty confusing which is why I wanted to go back to basics for this show.
So, listen now.
In this episode of The Anxiety Guru Show you’ll hear about:
- Why I took a long break from the AG Show
- Why people become irritable due to anxiety
- 5 Ways to manage your irritability
- And, of course, your emails
To listen, you can click the play button below or visit the AG iTunes page.