The Husmus Social Circle is, first and foremost, a safe place for people with anxiety and other mental health issues. Our message is one of hope, and we highlight the stories of people that have used their difficult mental health journeys to create something really special. Our main hub is over at HusmusSocialCircle.com, (which is … Continue reading What IS The Husmus Social Circle?
Audio: Dr. Alexandra Trevisan’s ‘Spiriosity’ Podcast: Dealing with Hardship and Trauma through Storytelling with Dr. Sarah Emanuel Frances M. Advincula’s 'Product Remixed' Podcast: Insight and Wisdom with Ravi Raman, Exec Career CoachPrivacy by Design with Ayana MillerWhy Stories Matter with Journalist Eva Recinos Sara Weinreb’s ‘Medium Well’ Podcast: Episode 71: You can't be an environmentalist unless … Continue reading September Audio & Graphic Work Updates
Long time no see! Here's what I've been up to lately: Audio: 🎉 There's a new member of the Husmus podcasting family! 🎉 I recently started editing Frances M. Advincula's Product Remixed Podcast. It's full of super interesting interviews, talented people, and fresh perspectives on tech. My latest edits there are: Increase your EQ to … Continue reading New Seasons and New Voices – Catching Up With Husmus
Audio: Dr. Alexandra Trevisan’s ‘Spiriosity’ Podcast: Episode 5: The Importance of the Study of Religion and How it Applies to Everyday Life, with Dr. Kin CheungEpisode 6: Learning from Indigenous People and Their Traditions with Lecturer Tina Katsanos Alyssa Benjamin’s ‘Our Nature’ Podcast: EP 23: Embracing Water to Know Ourselves, Featuring Water Healer Jobi Manson … Continue reading May Update- Check Out What’s Been Sprouting!
Audio: 🎉 New Podcast Launch! 🎉 Dr. Alexandra Trevisan's 'Spiriosity' Podcast: Episode 1: IntroductionEpisode 2: Asking Life’s Big Questions with Senior Lecturer LD RusselEpisode 3: Religion in the Contemporary United States with Dr. Sean McCloudEpisode 4: Exploring Contemporary Paganism and Burning Man with Dr. Sarah Pike Alyssa Benjamin's 'Our Nature' Podcast: EP 22: How Nature … Continue reading Busy-ness Before Bunny Day!
Long time no see! A lot has happened in the land of Husmus since the last post. Long story short: EVERYONE GETS A SEASON 2! You get a season 2 and YOU get a season 2 and YOU GET A SEASON 2! Baily Hancock's 'Stop, Collaborate & Listen' Podcast is back for Season 2! Her … Continue reading HUSMUS SEASON 2!
Meghan Gieber is a wellness + goals life coach, as well as a barre3 owner and instructor. You can find her on Instagram @meghangieber, and on her website meghangieber.com. How I Healed My Body From Bouts of Anger Last Week In all of its fury, anger is an emotion we need to handle delicately. The … Continue reading Guest Blogger Spotlight: Meghan Gieber – How I Healed My Body From Bouts of Anger Last Week
I'd just seen a pin on Instagram and instantly knew that I had to have it. It was a re-creation of a cereal box prize that I remember from when I was little- a little plastic spoon with Simba from The Lion King on the handle. The nostalgia factor alone had me hooked.But then I … Continue reading How Simba Helped Me Realize I’m a “Spoonie”
Elpha was kind enough to feature my career journey (and the large part my mental health played in it) in honor of Mental Health Awareness Week! Read it over on Elpha's site here, or I'm also going to paste it below for safe keeping. 🙂 “Thinking outside the box” is not so much a skill … Continue reading From Anxious to Activist: How my anxiety helped me strive for exactly what I want, the way I want it
Here are my tips and coping techniques for overcoming Panic Disorder and General Anxiety issues. If you care to read my story I will attach it to the end so as to not waste time getting to the important part of this document. First we will start with the facts that you need to understand … Continue reading Guest Blogger Spotlight: Mark Merphy – Overcoming Panic and Fear
I started school in 1993. Where I live, we go from Kindergarten up through 6th grade before moving over to middle school for 2 years, and then high school for a final 4. As someone who grew up struggling with anxiety, these formidable years were varying levels of traumatic. I had an extremely rocky start … Continue reading My Experience With Anxiety in School