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Healing Chronic Anxiety in our Youth with TedX speaker, Megan Gallagher

SOUL SCHOOL with Audrey

Release Date: 06/27/2019

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Meet Tedx speaker, Megan Gallagher, who has turned her anxiety into purpose now as a mental health advocate for young adults. She’s an author, blogger and a speaker and she’s just 23 years old. 

Did you know, one in three teens will feel chronic anxiety? This is an alarming statistic! Today on the Soul School podcast, Megan and I talk about how she turned her pain into her passion to serve others who have anxiety. Megan shares about her experience with panic attacks and gives advice of how you can support your loved ones who may suffer from anxiety and advice to anyone who has anxiety.

I learned so much about how anxiety is affecting our youth. I hope our conversation today can help inspire someone in your life to know they are valued, loved and powerful.

Head over to the show notes for a quick review of Megan’s steps to help with anxiety as well as advice for parents. As always, thank you for listening, sharing and reviewing this podcast!