Can you imagine reducing your pressure to perform, and actually experiencing joy? Being able to love your life, rather than working so hard just to fit in?
One of the most difficult parts of shame is the way it feeds an oppressive inner critic, keeping you frozen in fear and anxiety.
When an inner critic turns toxic, it can leave you feeling powerless to make decisions and unable to develop a true sense of self.
The first step toward inner healing is acknowledging what's going on in your life. And when it comes to shame, talking to a professional who understands the struggle is the perfect place to start.
If you’d like to learn how to neutralize the power of your inner critic, let’s talk.
Austin nearly died by suicide after secretly suffering from depression, anxiety, and PTSD, and he has become a leading voice at the intersection of faith and mental health.
Austin resides in Birmingham, Alabama, with his wife and two kids, and he loves all things peanut butter and chocolate.
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