And he’s the first doctor to join us since Dr. Caroline leaf. He’s the host of the nationally syndicated radio show the dr. john delaney show, with our friends over at Ramsey solutions. So everyone, please help me welcome Dr. John Delaney. The Dr. John Delony Show is a caller-driven program that allows real individuals to address their marital troubles and mental health issues. John offers practical guidance on how to interact with others, how to take corrective action when you feel frozen, and how to overcome despair and anxiety.

Confront hurts that are hanging you up. Genetics play a role in anxiety but they don’t 100% define you. The author’s situations are very relatable, and I really appreciated his advice on overcoming anxiety with practicing gratitude. This is something I’ve incorporated into my morning routine for months, and I find that it really helps. The author provided lots of encouraging words and other advice in overcoming anxious thoughts and the physical side effects of anxiety. This is the perfect read for anyone looking for validation and help in overcoming stress and anxiety.

That night built into me a sense of confidence that if I prepared myself for the emergencies and crises that I would most likely face in life, I could at least influence their outcomes as well. An old joke among pilots (which wasn’t very funny that night) is that any landing you walk away from is a good one. I flew that airplane-turned-glider for those 300 seconds with more purpose and focus than anything I had ever done in my life. It was a good landing because I did walk away.

Although I have identified seven of the most common crises, you may have a list of five or ten more. There is no magic number, but I wanted to focus on the ones that, in my experience, you are most likely to encounter either yourself or through a loved one. They are likely to happen whether you’ve got an eighth-grade education or a Ph.D.

Sensible yet reassuring, it’s filled with lessons, anecdotes, and thoughtful advice that will make the difference between coping with and conquering a problem, even on life’s very worst days. Tips & tricks for dealing with it, includes ideas for dealing due to current issues in the world. I listened to the audiobook version read by the author, and it was done really well. I have had to work through some of these things already and have started on others, but to have them reiterated and outlined is wonderful. I plan on continuing to work on these habits and build new ones.

We need to do the hard work of deciding what we actually want and what trades we are willing to make to get there. We must understand that life comes with priorities. And we must be willing to let go of the idea that we can have it all. Making peace with these decisions will not be easy, but it will help silence the anxiety alarms. Although I have taken anxiety medication on and off over the last decade, I liked that he acknowledged that they can be helpful in certain situations but they are not THE (long-term) solution. While I was prepared for this to be hokey as all get out, it was actually a short read that was practical and cut right to the chase (thank goodness because I don’t have the attention span for 400 pages of this).

And you’re gonna do that over and over again for the rest of your life. What’s up everyone and welcome to another episode of Trevor talks podcast. And I’m so thrilled to have each and every single one of you here for this week’s episode. This week, we have a national best selling author and one of the leading voices in mental health and wellness with us. I think it also be kind of rude not to mention that the guy has not one but two PhDs.

His father was a homicide investigator and SWAT hostage negotiator, and his mother was a housewife. The transformation in his parents’ lives midway through their lives prepared the door for reviews Dr. John to get out of his comfort zone. How you cope in this world is what I call your adaptability. On this most challenging day, your ability to meet life’s demands has broken down.

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