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Exploring Grief: A Podcast Series (with Brandon Carleton)
Sep 18

Exploring Grief: A Podcast Series (with Brandon Carleton)

By Guest Blogger | Mental Health , podcast , self-care , Self-help , stress management

This is the paradox about suffering: The more we try to avoid it, the more painful it becomes.Image by PublicDomainPictures from PixabayFrom Brandon Carleton:The more we welcome suffering into our lives, the easier it is to begin to heal. This is not to say that accepting it makes our suffering easy, our suffering is far […]

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Suicide: Let's Talk about It (Podcast)
Sep 17

Suicide: Let’s Talk about It (podcast)

By Steve Austin | Anxiety , Depression , faith , Mental Health , podcast

​It’s always an honor to share my story with a new audience. This podcast interview came as a result of the tragic loss of Pastor Jarrid Wilson to suicide. I’m deeply grateful to Brandy for allowing me to share some hope and practical tips for those living at the intersection of faith and mental health. Here’s […]

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Podcast: When You Feel Like You Can't Go On (with Steve Austin)
Sep 11

Podcast: When You Feel Like You Can’t Go On

By Steve Austin | Mental Health , podcast , Recovery from a Suicid... , Spirituality

Image by Marta Matyjas from PixabayIn the wake of the passing of Christian pastor and author Jarrid Wilson by suicide at age 30, my friend Jason Elam (host of the Messy Spirituality Podcast) reached out to me to share my story of nearly dying by suicide, and my journey back to life. With the Wilson family’s […]

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Dealing with Difficult People
May 19

Difficult People: Identify, Strategize, Implement

By Guest Blogger | catching your breath , guest post , life coaching , Mental Health , podcast , relationships , self-care , Self-help , stress management

“When dealing with people, remember you are not dealing with creatures of logic, but with creatures of emotion, creatures bristling with prejudice, and motivated by pride and vanity.”- Dale CarnegieIdentify:It’s not hard to identify who rubs you the wrong way. You feel it in your heart as your beats per minute increase when they’re around. […]

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How to Find Balance for Stressed Out Parents, via Catching Your Breath: The Podcast
May 12

Podcast: How to Find Balance for Stressed Out Parents

By Steve Austin | catching your breath , Family , gratitude , life coaching , Marriage , Parenting , podcast , relationships , self-care , Self-help , stress management

​How to Find Balance for Stressed Out ParentsHoly End of the School Year, Batman! My wife is a teacher. Each day from 7-2:30, she ​teaches 14 three-year-olds. On top of that, we have two school-aged children of our own. That being said, this time of year is often chaotic and exhausting. End of the year parties, […]

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How to Gain Immediate Access to My Exclusive Weekly Affirmations
Jan 06

11 Ways to Practice Mindfulness without Meditation

By Steve Austin | catching your breath , mindfulness , podcast , self-care , Self-help , Spirituality , stress management

If you’re a fan of Catching Your Breath: The Podcast and all of my self-help content, you’re going to love my brand-new weekly affirmations. For just $5 per month, you can support my work with Catching Your Breath, plus gain immediate access to my exclusive weekly podcast affirmations. Think of it as a weekly permission […]

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Self-Care Toolkit by Steve Austin
Dec 26

Do you need to catch your breath? Take the Quiz!

By Steve Austin | catching your breath , podcast , self-care , Self-help , stress management

Since recovering from the worst day of my life, I’ve mapped out the exact methods I’ve used to create lasting change in my own life. That’s why I’m excited to announce my brand-new weekly self-help podcast, “Catching Your Breath.” Changing my life hasn’t been easy – nothing worth doing is ever that easy. But learning to […]

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Dec 03

Self-Compassion: What it Is & How to Get More of It

By Steve Austin | catching your breath , podcast , self-care

Poor self-compassion usually stems from a lack of self-acceptance and an excess of shame and negativity. We typically treat others well but struggle to treat ourselves the same way. But can I tell you something? You can’t genuinely treat people well if you aren’t doing the same for yourself.

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