‘Working Conversations’ Talk about Anxiety

You might be interested in this talk I was invited to give recently at the University of Liverpool.

The occasion was “Working Conversations”, a conference intended to discuss what a better mental health service might look like.

I was invited to share my experiences with anxiety, some thoughts about custard, and to throw open a few questions for the ‘proper’ experts to consider during their discussions for the rest of the day.

Hopefully I did an alright job! You can see the talk via this link.

I’m very interested in your feedback, so please do let me know what you make of it below!

2 thoughts on “‘Working Conversations’ Talk about Anxiety

  1. It’s really hard to be open about personal issue, but if you don’t, it will probably eat you from the inside. Fortunately, I have few people I can talk freely about everything, although they are far from me. I have also “friends” that as soon as you mention something they try to talk you out of it, like it’s your fault, or they start looking at you under a different light: both options make you feel worse. I think we need a change in society and talking about it is the way forward, so thank you for your talk, because it’s not easy.

  2. Thanks Fabio, I really appreciate it 🙂 And I totally agree about the importance of finding a safe place to open up – I’m glad you have some people in your life you can talk to, wherever they are in the world!

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