Posts Tagged with "anxiety"

Fearful About An Event On The Horizon? Tips from an Anxious Comedian

Tuesday, January 21, 2020

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Fearful About An Event On The Horizon? Tips from an Anxious Comedian

The first time I ever spoke in front of a large audience, I was terrified. Even the ironic comfort that the topic was “my fear of public speaking” didn’t help. My legs trembled so hard that I worried I might fall over. I could barely concentrate on what I was saying, only wondering what everybody […]

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Self Care for Multipotentialites: Advice from the Puttylike Community

Tuesday, December 3, 2019

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Self Care for Multipotentialites: Advice from the Puttylike Community

Hey, multipotentialites. How was your November? We are so appreciative of your participation as we look back at our first Puttylike Mental Health Month!  We’ve been taking the time to explore all the ways we struggle with mental health, as well as all the ways we nourish ourselves and find ways to thrive.  Mental Health […]

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How to Deal When You and Your Partner Are Both Having a Bad Mental Health Day

Tuesday, November 26, 2019

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How to Deal When You and Your Partner Are Both Having a Bad Mental Health Day

It’s Mental Health Month here on Puttylike! During the month of November, we’re publishing articles and stories that explore anxiety and depression, ways we’ve reached for new perspectives around mental health, and strategies that helped us to rest and nurture our busy brains. Here’s today’s mental health inspired article. ** My wife and I both struggle with […]

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5 Super Helpful Mental Health Articles for Multipotentialites

Thursday, November 21, 2019

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5 Super Helpful Mental Health Articles for Multipotentialites

It’s Mental Health Month here on Puttylike! During the month of November, we’re publishing articles and stories that explore anxiety and depression, ways we’ve reached for new perspectives around mental health, and strategies that helped us to rest and nurture our busy brains. ** Hey multipod fam! When you first discovered Puttylike and the whole concept of […]

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Death Anxiety, for Those Who Die More Than Once

Tuesday, November 19, 2019

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Death Anxiety, for Those Who Die More Than Once

It’s Mental Health Month here on Puttylike! During the month of November, we’re publishing articles and stories that explore anxiety and depression, ways we’ve reached for new perspectives around mental health, and strategies that helped us to rest and nurture our busy brains. Here’s today’s mental health inspired article! ** During my regular comedy talk about anxiety […]

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November is Mental Health Month at Puttylike!

Tuesday, November 5, 2019

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November is Mental Health Month at Puttylike!

Hey Puttylike readers! This month, we’re going to be talking all about mental health. And we want you to be part of the conversation. I don’t have to explain to any of you that our modern world is complex, fast-paced, and stressful. Add any kind of mental illness on top of that, at any level, […]

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How to Tolerate Uncertainty When You’re Waiting for Feedback

Tuesday, July 9, 2019

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How to Tolerate Uncertainty When You’re Waiting for Feedback

Ding. You’ve Got Mail. Later, you will think, “I really ought to turn off that notification. It’s not 1997.” But right now, other things are on your mind. Your throat is tight, your heart is thumping, and you’re nervously staring at that bold subject line which has appeared on the screen: Result of Your Application […]

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You Might As Well Do The Thing: How to Make Decisions While Anxious

Tuesday, June 25, 2019

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You Might As Well Do The Thing: How to Make Decisions While Anxious

As a standup comedian who talks a lot about anxiety, I frequently get asked the same question: “how are you SO great?” But after that, people often ask how anyone with anxiety can possibly do something as terrifying as standup. For a long time this confused me, too. It’s not like I’m immune to the […]

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