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Navigating Anxiety and Depression During COVID-19 with Rhonda Britten
Rhonda Britten was the middle child of three girls and the target of her dad’s physical and emotional abuse. At the age of just 14, she was the sole witness to her father shooting and killing her mom and then himself. Her and her sisters raised themselves after that.
No parent figures from 14 on, no adults that cared about her well being, Rhonda took on beliefs that she was not worthy of much. After attempting to take her own life three times, she finally surrendered to feeling all of the pain and it is then that she started to put meaning to her pain.
It was that pain that turned to purpose. Rhonda figured out a method to shift her out of depression and anxiety.
TODAY, Rhonda Britten – Emmy Award-winner, Repeat Oprah guest, and has changed lives in over 600 episodes of reality television. She is the author of four bestsellers including her seminal work, “Fearless Living” and is the Founder of the Fearless Living Institute, home of the Ivy League of Life Coaching Training. Named “America’s Favorite Life Coach,”
I asked Rhonda to join in today to share her story, her journey and her method to help us navigate through the anxiety and depression many of us are feeling with the Coronavirus.
In this episode, you will learn:
How to navigate anxiety and depression
How to combat potential depression due to COVID-19
How Fearless Living should be a practice you do