Woman Worriers First Anniversary
This week marks the one-year anniversary of the Woman Worriers podcast—and 10,000 downloads. To celebrate, host Elizabeth Cush shares her gratitude and a guided mediation.
One year ago Elizabeth Cush, LCPC, a licensed professional therapist and founder of Progression Counseling in Annapolis, Md., launched the Woman Worriers podcast. Since then, she has interviewed dozens of fascinating guests, including therapists and counselors, meditation teachers, personal coaches, authors and others who have shared valuable insights into anxiety, depression, trauma, fear, sexual assault, parenting, relationship challenges and more, while offering tips on mindfulness, meditation, aromatherapy, creative expression and other useful tools for coping and healing. In this week’s podcast, more than 10,000 downloads after starting her podcasting journey, Elizabeth expresses her gratitude for her podcast listeners. She also recaps the top five most popular Woman Worriers podcast episodes of the year and shares Jack Kornfield’s Meditation on Gratitude and Joy.
Listen and learn:
Elizabeth’s main takeaway from this year’s interviews
What Woman Worriers guests have in common
Allison Puryear’s journey with anxiety—and her positive outcome
Nicole Burgess’s insights into how anxiety shows up in the family dynamic
April Snow’s tips for recognizing and supporting highly sensitive people
Sharon Martin’s thoughts on moving beyond co-dependency
Jonice Webb’s exploration of childhood emotional neglect and the impact it can have in adulthood
How you can use guided meditation to ground yourself in gratitude and spread joy
> Episode: 12: Jonice Webb on Childhood Emotional Neglect (CEN™)
> Episode 14: Allison Puryear on thriving with anxiety
> Episode 17: Sharon Martin on co-dependence
> Episode 26: April Snow on highly sensitive people
> Jack Kornfield’s Meditation on Gratitude and Joy
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