Ep 106: The stress of self-judgement with Jessica Patching-Bunch
So happy to welcome Jessica Patching-Bunch back to The Movement and Mindfulness Podcast! Jess joined me back on episode 70 to talk all about stress resilience and today we're picking up the conversation and talking about the internal stress we experience from self-judgement.
Self-judgement is a thing. Do you do it? I do. And it can be incredibly stressful. So, what can we do about it?
In this episode I chat with Jess and she shares with us:
> how self doubt, shame and blame impact our ability to trust that we can manage external threat and stress
> how our nervous system 'learns' from our reactions to stress (and how we can use this to our advantage)
> the importance of understanding what variables we can manage and how to use the breath to help us manage both our psychology and physiology in response to stress
> why practising in the 'off season' can help us in times of stress
> why we want to complete the stress cycle daily (and how to do that)
> why small windows of time and simple practices count!
Tune in to hear our full conversation, then come connect with us and share your thoughts!
Find Jess via her website and Instagram and tune into her podcast - Brain Body Resilience and tune into our previous episode of The Movement and Mindfulness Podcast (ep 70)
Find Erica via her website, Instagram and Facebook.