Nov 20, 2020
Hello, Heifers! I’m cranking away on some life things and the Christmas special, so to save my brain (and soul) I decided to rerelease one of your favorite episodes, “What I Wish I’d Known as an Anxious, Depressed Teen.” When this episode first dropped, I had so many of you reach out and talk about your own struggles going through high school with a mental health disorder. Current high schoolers, college students, and post-grad peeps shared similar stories of wtf and sighs, and it was this lovely thing to know that we weren’t alone in that awkwardness! But what probably shocked me the most was the amount of parents I had reach out to me. It’s hard to share stuff with parents, right? So apparently, I became this weird in between where some ‘rents were like O H , wait, I think that’s going on with my kid! I didn’t even know I had parents listening to my podcast (aside from my pod friends, lol, hi guys!). So, since we’re approaching finals and I’m sure this school year has been extra sPeCiAl, I wanted to share this episode with you once again. Cheers!
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I am not a health professional. I am simply someone who was diagnosed with an anxiety and depression disorder. Please talk to your friends, family, teachers, doctor, trusted human, etc. if you need help. I also have a resources page on my website that can direct you to different hotlines, therapy websites, and more at https://anguseyetea.com/resources/