Listen to Courtenay Hameister's inspiring journey of facing her fears and overcoming anxiety on the Mental Illness Happy Hour podcast. Discover how she challenged her social phobias in her new book Okay Fine Whatever.
Courtenay Hameister on Conquering Social Phobias and Anxiety in Okay Fine Whatever
It is never too late to be the person you want to be and create the life you want to be, because as we change what satisfies us, change changes.
Courtenay Hameister, writer and performer, joins Paul Gilmartin on the Mental Illness Happy Hour podcast to share her inspiring journey of facing her fears and overcoming anxiety. In this episode, she talks about her experience with anxiety, panic attacks, OCD, shame, and body issues, as well as the importance of seeking help and receiving treatment. She reads excerpts from her hilarious new book, Okay Fine Whatever, which chronicles her journey of challenging her social phobias and taking risks.
Courtenay also discusses the benefits of sobriety and facing negative self-beliefs, the power of vulnerability and connecting with others, and overcoming shame around body image and sexuality. She shares her experiences of breaking free from toxic relationships and healing from trauma, as well as the transformational power of self-love and acceptance.
Courtenay's story is both inspiring and empowering, reminding listeners that it's never too late to be the person they want to be and create the life they want to live. Listen to this episode to discover how to conquer social phobias and anxiety, and to find the courage to face your fears and live life to the fullest.