If you’re never quite living up to your partner’s expectations, it’s a problem — and the problem isn’t you. In this episode of Woman Worriers, host Elizabeth Cush and her guest, relationship coach Lindsey Ellison, talk about women in relationships with narcissists.
What happens when someone’s sexual behavior becomes a problem? In this episode of Woman Worriers, host Elizabeth Cush and her guest, Jennifer Weeks, PhD, talk about sex addiction and its impacts on the individual and the primary partner.
Anxiety doesn’t have to be the enemy. In this episode of Woman Worriers, Creator and host Elizabeth Cush and her guest, Allison Puryear, LCSWC, CEDS, share unique perspectives on anxiety, therapy, work and life.
Not feeling good about your body can cause a lot of anxiety in many aspects of your life. In this episode of Woman Worriers, host Elizabeth Cush talks with Maria Paredes, an eating disorder specialist, about finding ways to feel comfortable in your own skin.
If chronic pain or illness adds to your anxiety, be sure to listen to this episode of Woman Worriers. Host Elizabeth Cush talks with Daniela Paolone, a licensed marriage and family therapist, about how counseling can help women cope with the anxiety that often goes hand-in-hand with chronic pain or illness.
Many guests on the “Woman Worriers” podcast talk about mindfulness as a tool to manage anxiety. But what is mindfulness, really? In this episode, “Woman Worriers” host Elizabeth Cush, MA, LCPC, explains what mindfulness is all about and why it’s helpful and shares an easy 5-minute mindfulness practice.
Are you juggling multiple roles? Frequently multi-tasking? In this episode of “Woman Worriers,” Annapolis-based therapist Elizabeth Cush talks with Dalila Jusic-LaBerge, a California-based therapist, about how high-functioning women experience anxiety, what you can do to manage it and how to get a free e-book to help you find your power.
Do you ever worry whether you’re doing a good enough job of raising your children? In this episode of “Woman Worriers,” Annapolis-based therapist Elizabeth Cush talks with Nicole Burgess, a licensed marriage and family therapist, about how parents and children — and especially mothers and teenage daughters — can manage anxiety and strengthen their relationship.