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Welcome to the Libsyn version of the Anxiety Road Podcast, this is the involuntary journey finding medical, behavioral health, meditation, relaxation and x=the unknown treatment options and resources for people that have anxiety, panic attacks and phobias too.

This podcast is treatment agnostic. You can find more content and resources at

Jun 29, 2020

When I read some of the posts and articles about how to deal with depression, I often encounter content that states that "if only you would change your thinking."

Or the reader is being told to employ positive thinking techniques.

Or is being given the f*ck up bunkie, nobody cares but you pep talk.

Or "Pour more faith...

Jun 22, 2020

Yeah, best laid plans and cucumbers. You know for certain what you are gonna get with cucumbers. But not to leave you totally in the lurch, I have three resources that you might be interested in checking out. 

First is a free meditation resource and then two books, one is a short e-book on Worry and Anxiety and the...

Jun 15, 2020

It is like waiting for the other shoe to drop. I enjoy the rest period, but I’d just assume we’d all get instant enlightenment and be done with it. 
Since that isn’t going to happen, I do have actionable resources for you to help get a grip on your symptoms and your condition. 

If you need support contact the...

Jun 9, 2020

I tried to write through it. I tried to be pity or intelligent or something. 

For 10 hours I tried to try to communicate something that would not be a waste of time. 

I couldn't do it. So, I had to step back and look for some of the help I needed. That is what I want to share in this episode. 

If you need support...

Jun 1, 2020

Agoraphobia is not just the fear of going outside; many agoraphobics do just that. It is the constant feeling of fear and possibly, but not always, the fear of having a panic attack in public. 

In this episode, a look at treatment resources for those that have this condition. There is a strong link between agoraphobia...