The Liz Moody Podcast

Advice Ep! SSRIs, Friendship Breakups, Fear of Flying, And How To Know If They’re The One

This month’s advice episode features Carissa Stanton from Brocc Your Body, and we’re answering your anonymous questions!

  • How to know when to end an engagement or relationship
  • How to block out outside noise about your relationship & follow your own timelines
  • How to know when to make your passion your career 
  • The BEST advice for making new friends as an adult
  • How to manage a BFF breakup
  • Carissa’s anxiety journey & her recent experience weaning off of SSRIs after almost 15 years
  • Tools for managing anxiety
  • How to help fear of flying
  • And so much more!

For more from Carissa, you can find her on Instagram @broccyourbody or Seriously, So Good is available for pre-order now and will be available where books are sold on April 16th.

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Previous episodes referred to in this episode:

Climate Change: What Matters, What’s BS, And How We Can Have Hope – with Dr. Katharine Wilkinson

The Ultimate Pet Health Guide: Vet Secrets, Longevity Tips, Stress-Relief & More With Dr. Gary Richter, DVM

Anyone Can Become More Optimistic—Here’s How with Dr. Sue Varma

The Liz Moody Podcast cover art by Zack. The Liz Moody Podcast music by Alex Ruimy.

Formerly the Healthier Together Podcast. 

This podcast and website represents the opinions of Liz Moody and her guests to the show. The content here should not be taken as medical advice. The content here is for information purposes only, and because each person is so unique, please consult your healthcare professional for any medical questions.

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