Episode 5

Coping With Anxiety with Meeshelle Neal - Part 1 of 2 in a 2 part series.

Anxiety is a term we hear almost everyday in our world, but what is anxiety, what does it feel like, how is it different or the same from one person to the next? 

In part 1 of this 2 part series, we talk with Meeshelle Neal. Meeshelle is a writer and director with a background in acting. She discovered she was suffering from anxiety when she experience her first panic and thought she was going to die in a bathroom on BC Ferries. 

We discussed: 

  • What anxiety feels like
  • The difference between anxiety and panic attacks
  • Panic Attacks
  • CBT and Therapy
  • Treatment options
  • Self Care  

In addition to this Ryan and I also shared our personal stories. 

Mental Health Resources

Distress Centre Ottawa - https://www.dcottawa.on.ca/24-7-crisis-line/

Mental Health Crisis Hotline - 613-722-6914 or 1-866-996-0991

Crisis Linke - https://crisisline.ca

Where to Find Meeshelle

Website: http://www.meeshelleneal.com

Vimeo Channel: https://vimeo.com/meeshelleneal

Mental Short Film: https://youtu.be/GdSZQRP7GFw

YoutTube Encore Plus Channel: https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=encoreplus+meesehelle+neal

Twitter: @MeeshNeal

Facebook: @MeeshyNeal

Instagram: @MeeshelleNeal

About the Podcast

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Have a Little Insight with Jennie Leaver is a podcast about exploring topics that strive to deepen our human experience and our connection to ourselves and the people around us.

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Jennie Leaver

Jennie is a Designer with a 15-year background in hospitality. Passionate about making a difference in this world, she teamed up with Ryan in 2019 to create Have A Little Insight after the two met waiting tables at Milestones Bar and Grill.

“I want to contribute to the good in this world. There is enough bad news, negative slants on things and anger. I want to bring people a different perspective, where we strive to create understanding, compassion and kindness. Where we look for the good and how we are connected as opposed to operating from fear, judgement and separation.”