Emily Aube on how to deal with anxiety and panic attacks

How to deal with anxiety and panic attacks

Podcast Overview:

In this episode, we talk with Emily Aube about how to cope with something a lot of us face: anxiety, stress, and panic attacks. For 2 years straight, Emily used to have 2-3 panic attacks a day. Now she can’t remember the last time she had one. If you deal with any level of anxiety, this is a don’t-miss episode. Emily gives a lot of actionable, practical tips that you can implement immediately.

Emily’s Bio:

 Emily is studying Journalism as her undergraduate degree in Toronto, Canada. When Emily isn’t typing on her computer or writing in her journal, she’s either travelling,  riding her bike by the beach or trying to convince someone else to brush her hair for her. The rest of the time, as the founder of anxietyfreecommunity.com, she’s inviting you to join the conversation about mental health issues and recovery with her. Her first book, Love Before Fear is coming out in the Fall of 2014.

Resources Mentioned In This Episode:

Anxiety Free CommunityAttacking Stress and Anxiety by the Midwest CenterMiracles Now (book)Emily’s TwitterEmily’s InstagramYou’re also welcome to join our Facebook group: A Better Life – so you can be around like-minded people who want to help support you.

Episode Transcript

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