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Episode Info: Hello, friends! In this episode I answer some great questions relating to depression in relationships, managing anxiety nausea, and also tackle the misconception that a lot of people hold in thinking they aren’t “sick enough” to take part in therapy. Special Announcement The month of October marks five years since my wife and I started the Duff the Psych brand! It was on my birthday when Joelle gifted me the Duff the Psych website, which if you know the history of why I started my books, is amazing (if you don’t then please do check out my TEDx talk right here!).  Not only is it five years since we started Duff the Psych, but it is also my Birthday on October 27th and so to celebrate I want to do some special stuff this month! If you’re not yet following me on Facebook, definitely do follow along as I will be announcing freebies, discounts, giveaways and all sorts of really cool stuff across the month of October! To kick things off, I’m going to be giving a massive discount on my online course, Kick Anxiety’s Ass until October 15th. Typically it’s $300 – I’m going to be giving it to you guys for $100! If you’ve been considering the course it’s definitely a great opportunity to get stuck in. You can find out more about the course on the website, or if you have any questions at all, shoot them over either by email or on Facebook! So, to take advantage of this incredible offer, head to kickanxietycourse.com and sign up using the offer code “FIVE” at checkout, or just click here, and you can start kicking anxiety’s ass! Stay tuned for more great things coming soon this month! Hi! I’ve noticed some unhealthy changes in my behavior recently (two or three months). I don’t want to do therapy – I should be healthy, why wouldn’t I be, and seeing a therapist would be as if I think that I could have some serious problem – which is laughable, especially given how much shit many other people have to live through; actually, I feel some shame about even asking you. My question is – how do I find the root, and where do I begin changing stuff to prevent things from worsening? Or maybe I should just shut up and stop whining? That’s what I think most of the time. Below are some details about what changed. My sleep schedule got destroyed – I can’t get up in the morning, and have trouble going to sleep at night; I’m slacking off at my job (I work remotely), I’m indifferent about activities that I used to enjoy – like playing in a band and board game parties, so I haven’t participated in either for some time; alcohol (I probably consume more than I should) used to make me happy, but now just makes me drunk; I kinda enjoy unhealthy food most of all, but then I feel guilty for eating it. Thank you for reading this, sorry to waste your time. First off. You are not wasting my time. Your question is valuable and my response might be able to help out other people who are in your situation, but weren’t able to re...
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