Feedback From Our Community
"I have been a member of the Anxiety Sisters group for several years. The other members know what you are going through so you don’t feel alone. There is always someone just a message away if my anxiety hits, and Mags and Abs always have tidbits of advice that help. I am so glad I found this group because it has been a life saver for me in my anxiety journey."
H.F. (Springfield, MO)
“I don't know what I would do without you ladies. Your posts feel like they are reading my mind because you really know what it is like to have anxiety. You don't know how much you have helped!”
S.A. (Cumming, GA)
“I was having a horrible anxiety attack today. I used your red help button at the top of your page. I closed my eyes and went along with the whole thing. You actually relaxed me so much I fell asleep”
P.B. (Memphis, TN)
“The Anxiety Sisterhood is a real support group for real people. Abs and Mags tell it like it is, and I really appreciate that. There’s no judgment here. Only help from truly caring women.”
E.G. (Eugene, OR)
“I met the Anxiety Sisters at a workshop they did for anxious teenagers. It was fantastic! I learned so many things I can do to manage my own anxiety. And the kids were so responsive. They got so much out of the event.”
M.L. (high school guidance counselor, Columbus, OH)
“The Anxiety Sisters have answered every single one of my emails and were there for me when I was at my lowest. I can’t thank them enough!”
A.C. (Tucson, AZ)
“I spent many thousands of dollars on some of the most prominent therapists in NYC. However, none of them compared to the Anxiety Sisters. They helped me to understand anxiety and how to treat it. The Anxiety Sisters are exceptionally smart, effective, warm, and helpful.”
J.R. (Montclair, NJ)
“The Anxiety Sisters changed my life. Not only did they help me learn to manage my anxiety, but they also helped me help my teenage daughter who suffers from terrible panic attacks (she’s doing much better now). I can’t begin to thank them for the way they explained their coping techniques and made us feel like things were going to be okay. And they are!”
B.M. (Miami, FL)
The Spin Cycle–Episode 035September 22, 2021
Join Abs and Mags in their conversation with self-compassion pioneer Dr. Kristin Neff, author of the new book Fierce Self-Compassion: How Women Can Harness Kindness to Speak Up, Claim Their Power and Thrive. In this episode, you will learn the difference between tender self-compassion and fierce self-compassion, and why both are necessary in a balanced, happy life. We also talk about gender roles and anxiety, and why anger can be so challenging for women to show.
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