real Conversations about the journey:

living with, learning from & thriving through anxiety

    acknowledge.  accept.  engage.  evolve.


Outing Anxiety is a monthly interview style podcast that engages real people in conversations about their experience of anxiety and how they are becoming their greatest anyway. 


Anxiety is a mighty mask that expresses itself in many ways and usually smothers greatness. Shame, social/racial constructs, fear and poor self-image are so embedded in most of us that we are unaware of having the capacity to balance our emotions, beliefs, thoughts, feelings and actions. Living this way powerfully fuels anxiety. Many, however, use anxiety as their gateway to freedom because they have learned that how anxiety is perceived at any given time largely effects their growth/healing outcome.


The goal of the Outing Anxiety Podcast is to open up the discussion with people about how they live with, learn from and thrive through anxiety.


Guests will talk about their experiences related to self-esteem, race, intimacy, aging, fear, money, self-image, parenting, shame, familial dynamics, illness, work performance and many other topics in the context of anxiety. 

Wherever guests are on their journey to peace of mind, that’s what will be discussed because where they are is real for them and maybe you too. 

This podcast offers space to learn how to OUT anxiety through four steps (AAEE):

1. Acknowledge your humanity, as well as who you want to be,

2. Accept what is happening in the moment along with what you really want to experience in your life

3. Engage with your inner and outer world to learn about yourself and who you want to be, and finally

4. Evolve by continuously deciding who you want to be as you integrate strategies and lessons learned on      your journey  then  ... REPEAT. REPEAT. REPEAT. 


Life is a journey!


These conversations show how being Proud of Your Life is always possible.

What has anxiety taught me about myself?


Podcast Shownotes

What about your life are you proud?