Managing Anxiety in our 21st Century Culture

 

Managing Anxiety in our 21st Century Culture:

What Works for Ourselves, our Kids and our
Friends 

 

 

Millennials have been called
"the stressed out generation," as record numbers are
dealing with anxiety and depression. In this podcast, Dr.
Jane Shure, co-founder of The Resilience Group and
a nationally-recognized expert on self-esteem and self-confidence
issues joined Anne Anne Doyle, author of Powering Up! How
America’s Women Achievers Become Leaders; Podcast: POWERING UP!

along with co-host Monica and millennial Kevin Farrell to talk
about how 21st Century culture increases anxiety and how we can
help ourselves, our kids and our friends manage it.

 

"Worrying is a human
survival instinct and perfectly natural," says Shure.
Understanding how to manage it well can change your life. 

 

 

For more information about how to
boost your skills for counteracting worry, self-criticism &
perfectionism, consider joining …

 

The RESILIENCE Group @

Kripalu Center for
Yoga & Healt
h for

 

Quiet Your Inner Critic
&

Calm Your Anxious Mind workshop,

 

Friday, September 20- Sunday September 22,
2019              

our 22nd year. 

 

 

 

In this weekend workshop we
will teach skills that help you:

  • maintain resilience
  • reduce anxiety
  • stay positive in the face of
    life’s challenges
  • shift self-doubt to
    self-support
  • build self-confidence

 

Kripalu is known as a yoga and
meditation retreat center, but it is much more. It’s a place to
experience personal & professional growth in an atmosphere of
beauty, relaxation and renewal.

 

Join us – Return home renewed
& empowered
.

 

Designed for the general
public, Kripalu offers CE credits for social workers

Register at www.Kripalu.org or 800-741-7353

 

Jane Shure, PhD, LCSW & Beth
Weinstock, PhD
, are
psychotherapists, authors and leadership development coaches
nationally recognized for their effectiveness in helping people
break negative patterns and achieve positive change. They speak
their mind on the Huffington Post, Medium, Authority Magazine
& ThriveGlobal. For more information about Beth and Jane, and
their work, see:       

The Path to Courage Requires Walking through Vulnerability

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In her bestselling book, Daring Greatly, Brene Brown explains that “you can’t have true courage unless you open yourself up to vulnerability.”  Like many others, Dr. Brown was raised to believe that “vulnerability was weakness.” Her social research of 18 years  has debunked that myth and led her to discover the keys to understanding how to “show up and be seen. To ask for what you need, to talk about what you’re feeling. To have the hard conversations.”

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Quieting the Inner Critic is Key to Playing it Bigger

jshureHave you ever wanted to feel more confident, be less afraid of criticism, and more willing to speak your mind? If so, then I’ve got the book for you. Playing Big: Find Your Voice, Your Mission, Your Message by Tara Mohr addresses the challenge that finds women, all too often, “sitting on their big ideas rather than sharing them and holding back their most provocative questions rather than asking them.”

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Why the size of your clothing says little about your size

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The news that apparel company J Crew is now making a size 000 (that’s two sizes smaller than a 0!) created a stir among some feminists who say the new size idealizes the desire to be too thin. While the company says it is trying to appeal to a petite Asian market, critics say that the move is just another example of the “vanity sizing” trend in fashion – downsizing label sizing so customers, both women and men, feel better about the clothes they try on and buy. Today on Radio Times we’ll talk about how size influences shoppers, how manufacturers make sizing decisions and why the size you wear doesn’t say much about the size you are. Our guests are MARIE-EVE FAUST, program director of the Fashion Merchandising Program at Philadelphia University and ED GRIBBIN whose company Alvanon consults with clothing manufacturers about fit and sizing. We’ll also hear from psychotherapist JANE SHURE about the negative influence of vanity sizing. – See more at: whyy.org

Becoming more Resilient, Confident and Happy: What it Takes

Listen to an interview with Jane for the Break Through Fear and Self Doubt Summit

Over 21 days, the summit introduces you to strategies, tips and secrets on how you can gain confidence to take control of your life.
breakthroughfearandselfdoubt.com