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The Anxious Rebels
The Anxious Rebels in a no nonsense, fun & judgement-free space to talk about mental health. As someone who has dealt with anxiety herself, Reva realizes the importance of NOT focusing on why or what causes our anxiety. It's about how to thrive in spite of it. Join her as she shares quick & real-life tips to relieve you from the vicious cycle that your anxiety has you in.
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Ratings & Reviews
5.0 stars from 12 ratings
Bright and Brave!
I’m thrilled that a podcast like this exists! Inspiration from every day people with lived experience that are striving to live their best lives. It inspires me! Being open about mental health helps normalize the illness which in turn fights the stigma which ultimately hinders the recovery...Read full review »
Itaitaitaita25 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/02/18
Reva does a fantastic job of asking in depth questions and delivering actionable content! Her energy is contagious! She interviews wonderful guests and leaves you with heaps of fantastic advice to get rid of a variety of anxieties. Do me a favor and binge on this podcast NOWWW!!
Prasha88 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/31/18
New Podcast I LOVE
Great Job! It’s real talk & enduring!
sherrylanding via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/13/18
Recent Episodes
Welcome to the live taping of The Anxious Rebels podcast with the San Diego Moms Blog! Reva chats with fellow mom bloggers, Michelle Milla and Daphne Gaghagen about mental health - specifically as it pertains to motherhood.  Michelle Milla is a navy wife and who's a mom to her super cute son,...
Published 11/12/18
Payal Patel is a South Asian therapist with a Masters in Family Therapy. Through her private practice at Manu Counseling, she provides counseling services in Charlotte, NC. Payal and Reva talk about mental health in the South Asian community as well as how boundaries rarely seem to exist,...
Published 10/15/18
Bek opens up about her history with extreme anxiety and talks to us about how we don't need to wait to hit rock bottom before we reach out and seek for help.  She talks to us about ways to make conversations around mental health more accessible and mainstream and shows us how there is absolutely...
Published 10/02/18
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