Ep 69. The Beginners Guide to Being Mental with Natasha Devon

Sep 2, 2019 | Anxiety, Blog, Podcast

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Natasha Devon MBE is a writer, speaker & activist. She tours schools and colleges throughout the UK, delivering talks as well as conducting research on mental health, body image, gender and social equality. She campaigns both on and offline to make the world a fairer place. She’s pretty fucking cool in my opinion!

We discuss:

– The difference between normal anxiety and anxiety the mental health condition 

-The shocking link between perfectionism and mental health

-Is social media really to blame for our high anxiety levels?

-Capitalism and anxiety Natasha’s tips for handling anxiety 

-Should workplaces be doing more to support our mental health?

Plus loads more

https://www.natashadevon.com/

Her book A Beginners Guide to Being Mental

This episode is sponsored by Pukka Peace Tea – learn more here https://www.pukkaherbs.com/shop/organic-teas/peace/

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