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The podcast provides practical and research based strategies to help people with depression, stress and anxiety and to live a life deserved.

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HTFF070 Don’t Always Accept What is Offered
<p>In episode #70 Dr. Bob talks about the choices and offerings we have in our everyday lives and how these choices/offerings impact us. He discusses how to receive unwelcoming offers from others with minimal consequences.</p>
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HTFF069 Emotion Regulation: Using Emotion to Influence
<p>In episode #69 in the fourth session on a series on emotional regulation, Dr. Bob talks about the how emotion relates to communication and how to use emotion regulation to influence others.</p>
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HTFF068 Emotion Regulation: Responding to Emotion
<p>In episode #68 in the third session on a series on emotional regulation, Dr. Bob talks about the best strategy to respond to emotion such as when to go with emotion and when to take another path.</p>
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HTFF067 Emotion Regulation: Myth Busting and Seeing Value
<p>In episode #67 in the second session on a series on emotional regulation, Dr. Bob talks about the myths of emotions and how to see value in making the change to learn emotional regulation skills.</p>
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HTFF066 Emotion Regulation: Building Awareness
<p>In episode #66 Dr. Bob begins a series of podcasts on emotional regulation. These are the skills that help us manage our emotions. The first one, in this series, is on building awareness about skills and barriers to managing emotions well.In episode #66 Dr. Bob begins a series of podcasts on emotional regulation. These are the skills that help us manage our emotions. The first one, in this series, is on building awareness about skills and barriers to managing emotions well.</p>
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HTFF065 Three Steps to Getting Back on Track
<div data-canvas-width="741.8014978583992">In episode #65, Dr. Bob talks the normal cycle of getting off track from your goals and how to quickly get back on track with your journey to feel fantastic and conquer stress, anxiety and depression.</div>
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HTFF064 Using a Checklist for Self Care
<p>In episode #64, Dr. Bob talks about the value of using a checklist, something used in many complex situations like flying an airplane, to help you get on track to help you feel fantastic.</p>
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HTFF063 Managing Conflict: An Interview with World Expert Meditator and Conflict Resolution Specialist, Cinnie Noble.
<p>In episode #63, Dr. Bob interviews world conflict resolution specialist Cinnie Noble. They talk about how conflict can wear you down both in our personal life and at work. Cinnie shares some practical ideas about how to get out of a conflict cycle.</p>
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HTFF062: PDSA: Taking small, doable, measurable steps towards your goal.
<p>In episode #62, Dr. Bob discusses a method pulled from the business world about how to find things that work for you using the PDSA cycle. He gives some examples and asks you to think about how you could use it in your life.</p>
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HTFF061 Meditation Basics: Using Meditation to Defeat Stress, Anxiety & Depression
<p>In episode #61, Dr. Bob interviews meditation expert teacher, Giovanni Dienstmann, about meditation, the myths that surround it and how it can be very helpful for mental health.</p>
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HTFF060 Finding the Way to Get on the Right Track
<p>In episode #60, Dr. Bob interviews Carly Dawson about how she went from a life of depression and anxiety to a happy and successful life. Learn what she did to turn herself around.</p>
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HTFF059 Never Binge Again
<p>In podcast #59 Dr. Bob talks with Glenn Livingston learning about self-control and how to have a healthy relationship with food; even when you're stressed, depressed or anxious.</p>
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HTFF058 Three Ways to Deal with Irrational Expectations
<p>In episode #58, Dr. Bob helps listeners understand how irrational expectations can affect us negatively and three quick steps to get rid of expectations that get in the way of a happier life.</p>
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HTFF057 Are Your Expectations Causing You Chronic Stress?
<p>In episode #57, Dr. Bob talks helps listeners understand how expectations can cause us to have chronic stress that affects us negatively. And he gives a hint about how to investigate if you have some unhelpful expectations affecting your life.</p>
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HTFF056 Acting Like a Survivor
<p>In episode #56, Dr. Bob tells a funny story about himself and how it relates to powerful ways to survive stress. He gives listeners a quick and practical way to start to pay attention to some things that may be affecting their mood.</p>
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HTFF055 Are You Ready for Change?
<p>In episode #55, Dr. Bob helps listeners determine what stage of changes are, what stage they are in, and some practical ideas about how to move yourself forward.</p>
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HTFF054 How to Avoid the Mistake in Parenting Anxious Children
<p>In episode #54, Dr. Bob talks with Barb Blakemore, Child Psychologist (and Bob’s wife) about how parents often accidently take the wrong approach to help their anxious child. This approach inadvertently contributes to more anxiety. Barb talks about a strategy to help your child learn to deal with their anxiety which is better for the child, the parents and the family.</p>
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HTFF053 Success!! Yet I Feel Like an Imposter?
<p>In episode #53, Dr. Bob talks about The Imposter Phenomenon or The Imposter Syndrome and gives listeners a number of techniques to battle back against this destructive way of thinking.</p>
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HTFF052 How to Turn Flaws into Strengths
<p>In episode #52, Dr. Bob talks about how keeping our flaws a secret builds anxiety. Listen to him talk about to take an opposite approach to turn your idea of having a flaw into a strength. He also has a special invitation.</p>
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HTFF051 The Top Methods to Learn to Relax
<p>In episode #51, Dr. Bob talks about the five best ways to learn to how to relax. Learning the relaxation response is a powerful tool in your journey to conquer stress, anxiety and depression. He also has a special invitation.</p>
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HTFF050 The Best Ways to Manage Your Energy
<p>In episode #50, Dr. Bob talks about the three best ways to manage and build energy but focuses in on one area in specific. Energy is so important to our journey of conquering stress, anxiety and depression as these problems often deplete our energy. He also has a special invitation.</p>
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HTFF049 When People Are Oversensitive to Their Own Anxiety
<p>In episode #49 Dr. Bob talks about being oversensitive to what he calls normal anxiety or getting excited or having high energy for important events in our lives. He also talks about how to not overreact to situations that normally cause people to anticipate something important having in their life.</p>
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HTFF048: The Top Ways to Deal with Rejection
<p>In today's podcast, #48, Dr. Bob talks about rejection, what underlies it, and the top steps to deal with it. There actually can be a silver lining in rejection.</p>
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HTFF047: Childhood Trauma and How to Start Your Healing
<p>In this podcast Dr. Bob talks about adverse child events and how we can begin to manage the trauma of growing up in families that contained abuse, violence, and chaos.</p>
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HTFF046: The Best Way to Eliminate Self-Limiting Beliefs
<p>We set limits for ourselves that contribute to anxiety, depression and stress. These limits are often hidden from from us yet guide our actions daily. Today's podcast Dr. Bob speaks about how to identify our self-limiting beliefs and some ways to start to turn them around to create beliefs that set you free.</p>
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HTFF045: PTSD in Firefighters and First Responders
<p class="p1">In episode #45 Dr. Bob talks to Carl Waggett about PTSD in firefighters and first responders. Carl is a firefighter himself who discovered that he had PTSD after years of denying it was real, or that it could happen to firefighters, or even that it he would experience it himself. Now Carl is on a mission to help other firefighters and first responders know about PTSD, its destructive effects on their lives, and what you can do about it.</p>
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HTFF044: Holding Tension In Your Gut
<p class="p1">In episode #44 Dr. Bob talks more about the new Free Resources Library and discusses the relationship between stress and the gut. Stress is something that affects us all and it can have a physical effect on many of the body’s major systems. Some of us seem to notice our stress in different parts of our body. Certain life events have been associated with the onset of symptoms of chronic disorders of the digestive system. Dr. Bob gives 4 tips to follow to manage your tensions levels.</p>
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HTFF043: Dietary Supplements to Treat Depression and Anxiety
<p>In Episode #43 Dr. Bob talks about what we can eat to make us feel fantastic, some interesting research on diet and probiotics, and finally some tips to help you feel better. Your diet is very important to your mental health. Eating a whole-foods diet rich in vegetables, fish, olive oil and some nuts and meats is proven to improve your mental health and help you feel better. In addition, you may also be able to supplement your diet with a good multi-vitamin and probiotics, but always be sure to check with your physician first to ensure that the vitamins do not interfere with any of your health conditions.</p>
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HTFF042: Diet, Your Mind, Health and Your Microbiota
<p>In episode #42 Dr. Bob introduces a new free membership site and talks about how what we eat affects depression, anxiety and stress. The food that we consume affects how we feel because we are biological systems and our minds are not separate from our bodies. Dr. Bob explains how changing to a traditional whole-foods diet can provide big benefits for our brains.</p>
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HTFF041: Managing Your Sensitivities
<p>In episode #41 Dr. Bob talks about being sensitive and how to manage it in your life. Highly sensitive people are more aware of the subtleties in their surroundings and more easily overwhelmed when in a highly sensitive environment. Dr. Bob offers seven things you can start doing today to help gain control of in your environment and two great tips to help manage and overcome our sensitivities.</p>
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HTFF040: 9 Questions to Guide You to Trustworthy Friends and Acquaintances
<p>In episode #40 Dr. Bob explains the important role that trust plays in how we live our lives and our relationships with others. Anxiety and depression are linked to our ability to trust ourselves and the people in our life. We can learn to make smart and rational decisions in who we trust based on how well we can predict a person's behaviour and how willing we are to expose our vulnerabilities. Dr. Bob offers nine questions you can ask yourself to ensure that you build healthy trustworthy relationships.</p> <p> </p>
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HTTF039: Empowered Eating for Healthy Bodies and Happy Minds
<p>In Episode #39 Dr. Bob interviews Cynthia Stadd, founder of the Empowered Eating. Cynthia is a leading professional in eating psychology and empowerment coaching. Her approach is grounded in personal experience, as she herself has struggled with weight, compulsive eating and chronic health concerns. With this and over 13 years of experience in transformational coaching and health nutritional counseling, her approach is a "tenderness meets take action now" style.</p>
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HTFF038: Managing Tension in Your Body
<p>In episode #38 Dr. Bob offers tools and methods we can use to control the physical symptoms of stress and anxiety. Chronic stress and anxiety can cause our muscles to be in a constant state of tension. Often times we are so used to it that we don't even notice. We can avoid our bodies' adrenaline fueled Fight-or Flight response by practicing the Relaxation Response, a deep state of mental and physical well-being.</p> <p> </p>
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HTFF:037 Resilience: Who Are You Hanging Out With?
<p>In episode #37 Dr. Bob talks about how the people that we have in our life are critical to our success. Who we associate with can be a tremendous amount of support or a set of disasters in our lives themselves. The people in our life can help our ability to handle adversity and be resilient  and come out the other side. But, on the other hand, people can create hardship for us.</p>
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HTFF036: Resilience: The Accidental Bully
<p>In episode #36 Dr. Bob talks about how we can be so hard on ourselves that we actually create an accidental bully in our mind. While this will make depression, stress and anxiety worse, he outlines three practical steps to raise emotional energy into the positive zone.</p>
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HTFF035: Resilience: Aligning Your Core Values With Your Life
<p>In the third episode of the Resilience series, Dr. Bob talks about how you must define your personal values and beliefs. Dr. Bob provides three questions you can ask yourself to help you identify what your personal core values are and ensure that they are aligned with your workplace values.</p>
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HTFF034: Resilience: Finding Meaning In Your Life
<p>In this second episode in the Resilience series, Dr. Bob talks about overcoming adversity and bouncing back. He gives five questions you can ask yourself to find value and meaning in your life to help you become more resilient. </p>
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HTFF033: Resilience: Dealing with Adversity.
<p>In this podcast, Dr. Bob talks about the many factors that help build resilience to help you face adversity in your life. He gives practical steps you can take to help build resilience in your own life. </p>
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HTFF:032 Resilience: Rachel’s Story
<p>Today Dr. Bob interviews Rachel, a woman who has overcome tremendous adversity including becoming blind as young person, loss of her kidney function, near death experiences, moving from Brazil to the US and going to university, and finally running her own business. She is a great example of a person who is resilient, who has bounced back from such great hardship to have a happy life, a great marriage and a successful business. She shares what has helped her thrive and we hope you can find something in her story that can inspire you to build your resilience in conquering stress, depression and anxiety.</p>
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HTFF:031 Have A Crazy Good Life with Steve Chandler
<p>In this podcast, Dr. Bob talks with motivational speaker Steve Chandler about how to make your life crazy good through the choices you make in everyday life.</p> <p>Visit his website at <a href= "http://www.stevechandler.com">www.stevechandler.com</a> for more information about his books and other resources.  </p>
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HTFF:030 Building Healthy Habits with Dr. Amy Johnson
<p>In this podcast, Dr. Bob talks with Dr. Amy Johnson on the importance of using insight to build healthy habits that leads to happiness. </p> <p>Visit her website at <a href= "http://www.dramyjohnson.com">www.dramyjohnson.com</a> for more information about her books and resources. </p>
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HTFF: 029 10 Things To Give Up to Have Satisfying Relationships
<p>In this podcast, Dr. Bob gives 10 tips on what you can surrender in your own life in order to have more meaningful connections with others and build stronger relationships. </p>
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HTFF:028 The Value of Yoga
<p>In this episode, Dr. Bob interviews Suzette O'Byrne about the value that yoga can bring to reduce stress and anxiety. </p> <p>Use promo code: SUZETTE for 10% off of her online yoga instructions at www.yoganetra.com.</p>
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HTFF:027 10 Tips to Conquer Procrastination
<p>In this podcast, Dr. Bob talks about some of the root causes of procrastination and how this can actually make stress, anxiety and depression worse. Learn 10 easy and practical strategies to conquer procrastination in your life.</p>
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HTFF:026 Martin's Story
<p>On Podcast 26 Dr. Bob interviews Martin who conquered stress and anxiety by taking matters into his own hands. No medication. No Psychotherapy. No Counseling. What he did do was actively manage some things in his life. It was no magic. Learn how he took responsibility, held himself accountable for his own reactions to events in his life and then allowed his bright nature to rise again. And you can do it as well.</p>
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HTFF:025 What's Holding You Back?
<p>In this podcast, Dr. Bob talks about how fear is holding you back from achieving what is important to you. And how fear allows anxiety, stress and depression to strengthen within you. Listen to this podcast to hear about a few practical strategies you can start to use to fight back and live that life you deserve.</p>
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HTFF:024 Be Compassionate and Forgive Yourself
<p>In this podcast, Dr. Bob Acton speaks about how to be kind and compassionate to yourself. We all make mistakes in life for a variety of reasons because we are human and humans make mistakes. But raking yourself over hot coals for the rest of your life with harsh self criticism only fuels depression, anxiety and stress. Learn four ways to be compassionate to yourself, as you would others, and thus how to forgive yourself. Plus a bonus audio recording to build your self-compassion.</p>
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HTFF:023 Dealing with Bad News & Social Media
<p>In today's podcast, Dr. Bob discusses the impact of being flooded with negative news stories. With negative news outweighing positive news at ratio of 17 to 1, it's no wonder people are affected by it. Add in the negative influence of social media on people at risk for depression, anxiety, and stress it's a huge risk factor for those vulnerable to feeling the big three (stress, anxiety and depression). </p> <p>Learn about some simple strategies to deal with the onslaught of negative news and social media to live the life you deserve.</p> <p>Check out our website at <a title="How to Feel Fantastic" href= "http://howtofeelfantastic.com" target= "_blank">http://howtofeelfantastic.com</a> and sign up for updates or get our free video series on how to unstuck and smash loneliness.</p>
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HTFF:022 Five Questions to Ask Yourself to Engage Your Positive Self
<p>Podcast #22 from Dr. Bob Acton and <a href= "http://www.howtofeelfantastic.com">www.howtofeelfantastic.com</a> is all about engaging your positive self. Research shows that actually recalling your past best self, it helps you engage in new healthy behavior. So using this is easy, fun and practical to help build new habits. Check out our website at <a href= "http://howtofeelfantastic.com" target="_blank">How to Feel Fantastic</a> for more strategies and techniques to feel fantastic.</p>
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HTFF021: 4 Steps to Make New Mental Habits Sticky
<p>Have the life you want and deserve to be relaxed, focused, and successfully free of anxiety, stress and depression by creating new and helpful mental habits. This podcast is another in a series about how to make your new mental habits sticky so they don't leave you after only a short while like most efforts we make at getting rid of old unhelpful habits and developing new habits.</p>
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HTFF020: Making New Mental Habits Sticky: The If-Then Trick
<p>In this podcast, Dr. Bob discusses the if-then technique as a way to support building new mental habits. It's an easy tip to help you not fall back into old habits. Just another practical technique on the way to conquer anxiety, stress and depression.</p>
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HTFF019: Start New Mental Habits with Small Steps
<p>Welcome to the Conquer Stress, Anxiety, and Depression podcast where Dr. Bob Acton and his expert guests discuss helpful and practical strategies to feel happy, be resilient and live a healthy life.</p> <p>This podcast speaks to the need to take small steps when creating new mental habits to conquer anxiety, stress and depression. Dr. Bob talks about a few key topics including what to do when you hit a tiny setback, how to build up your awareness muscle and the need to be kind to yourself. Use the power of the pause to build your awareness.</p>
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HTFF018: Step One to Get Your Mental Habits to Help You Conquer Anxiety, Stress and Depression
<p>Mental habits are just like any other habits. Some are helpful and some are not. Conquering anxiety, stress and depression involves understanding the unhelpful mental habits and limiting their power and building healthy, helpful habits to feel better.</p>
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HTFF017: Taking a Vacation
<p>Dr. Bob is taking his own advice and takes a vacation. He'll be back in two weeks.</p>
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HTFF016: 13 Strategies About How to Effectively Live with a Loved One with Depression, Anxiety and Chronic Stress
<p>This podcast is really for those spouses, partners, parents, and friends of a person who suffers from depression, significant anxiety and/or chronic stress. The How to Feel Fantastic Podcast #16 discusses 13 things you can do for both yourself and your loved one to help conquer depression, stress, and anxiety. Helping caregivers to stay healthy and be helpful. This is a podcast that you can share.</p>
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HTFF015: Our mind's filter, irrational ideas, and a powerful step to manage it.
<p>Podcast #15 is about how our mind has its own filter, sometimes filled with irrational attitudes and expectations and generally unworkable idea that quickly affect how we feel. Dr. Bob also discusses a strategy to start to manage the mind's filters so you can have less pressure on yourself and those around you. It's a powerful step to manage your mood, anxiety and stress levels.</p>
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HTFF014: 5 Hacks to Deal with Failure
<p>We all encounter failure in our life. It's almost guaranteed. But how we deal with failures is really the key to either not getting depressed or managing the experience so we can help pull ourselves out of anxiety, depression, and stress. This episode focuses on five ways to help you feel health, be resilient and live the life you deserve...despite having an experience not go how you wanted it to go. Check out our website at <a title= "How to Feel Fantastic" href="http://howtofeelfantastic.com" target="_blank">How to Feel Fantastic</a> for more tips and strategies.</p>
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HTFF0013: Upsetting Sticky Ideas and How to Get Rid of Them
<p>We're back! After a hiatus, we relaunched the website to <a href="http://www.howtofeelfantastic.com">www.howtofeelfantastic.com</a> and we now into weekly production. This podcast is about how certain ideas are sticky and how to understand why some ideas are sticky and some leave our mind quickly. And, of course, what to do about them.</p>
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HTFF012: Give Love to Get Love
<p>Today's podcast is about how get love in your life, as love is a great buffer to stress, anxiety and depression, through giving love. It's easy and it's free. Welcome to the Conquer Stress, Anxiety, and Depression podcast where Dr. Bob Acton and the team at How to Feel Fantastic provide you with helpful strategies and techniques to feel better to feel happy, be resilient and live a healthy life. www.howtofeelfantastic.com </p>
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HTFF011: Finding Meaning in Your LIfe
<p>Today's podcast is about how finding meaning and living in accordance with that meaning is a powerful path to conquering stress, depression and anxiety for both you and the people in your life. It's easy and it's free. Welcome to the Conquer Stress, Anxiety, and Depression podcast where Dr. Bob Acton and the team at How to Feel Fantastic provide you with helpful strategies and techniques to feel better to feel happy, be resilient and live a healthy life. www.howtofeelfantastic.com </p>
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HTFF010: How to Give Compliments as a Way to Happiness
<p>Today's podcast is about how giving compliments is a path to happiness for both you and the person receiving the compliment. Listen to hear four keys to giving compliments effectively. It's easy and it's free. Welcome to the Conquer Stress, Anxiety, and Depression podcast where Dr. Bob Acton and the team at How to Feel Fantastic provide you with helpful strategies and techniques to feel better to feel happy, be resilient and live a healthy life. www.howtofeelfantastic.com </p>
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HTFF009: A Myth of Happiness
<p>Today's podcast is about a myth of happiness and how to overcome it. It's easy and it's free.</p> <p>Welcome to the Conquer Stress, Anxiety, and Depression podcast where Dr. Bob Acton and the team at How to Feel Fantastic provide you with helpful strategies and techniques to feel better to feel happy, be resilient and live a healthy life. www.howtofeelfantastic.com </p>
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HTFF008: Being Grateful as a Path into Happiness
<p>Today's podcast is about being grateful as a critical success strategy to feel happy. It's easy and it's free.</p> <p>Welcome to the Conquer Stress, Anxiety, and Depression podcast where Dr. Bob Acton and the team at How to Feel Fantastic provide you with helpful strategies and techniques to feel better to feel happy, be resilient and live a healthy life. www.howtofeelfantastic.com</p>
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HTFF007: Using Kindness to Feel Better
<p>Today's podcast is about being kind and how kindness is a critical success strategy to feel happy. It's easy and it's free.</p> <p>Welcome to the Conquer Stress, Anxiety, and Depression podcast where Dr. Bob Acton and the team at How to Feel Fantastic provide you with helpful strategies and techniques to feel better to feel happy, be resilient and live a healthy life. www.howtofeelfantastic.com </p>
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HTFF006: Avoidance: Your Dangerous Companion
<p>Today's podcast is about avoidance and a way to manage emotions in a safe and helpful way; a critical success strategy to feel good.</p> <p>Welcome to the Conquer Stress, Anxiety, and Depression podcast where Dr. Bob Acton and the team at How to Feel Fantastic provide you with helpful strategies and techniques to feel better to feel happy, be resilient and live a healthy life. www.howtofeelfantastic.com </p>
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HTFF005: Strengthening Your Sleep Habits
<p>Today's podcast is about learning good sleep habits, a critical success strategy to feel good.</p> <p>Welcome to the Conquer Stress, Anxiety, and Depression podcast where Dr. Bob Acton and the team at How to Feel Fantastic provide you with helpful strategies and techniques to feel better to feel happy, be resilient and live a healthy life. www.howtofeelfantastic.com </p>
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HTFF004: The Best Ways to Cope with Problems
<p>Today's technique relates to the best way to cope with problems. </p> <p>Welcome to the Conquer Stress, Anxiety, and Depression podcast where Dr. Bob Acton and the team at How to Feel Fantastic provide you with helpful strategies and techniques to feel better to feel happy, be resilient and live a healthy life. www.howtofeelfantastic.com </p>
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HTFF003 - One Thing at a Time
<p>Welcome to the Conquer Stress, Anxiety, and Depression podcast where Dr. Bob Acton  and his expert guests discuss helpful strategies and techniques to feel better to feel happy, be resilient and live a healthy life. Use this free and easy thing to improve your mood quickly. www.howtofeelfantastic.com</p> <p>Today's technique relates to doing one thing at a time. </p>
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HTFF002: The #1 Thing To Do to Feel Better
<p>Welcome to the second podcast for the Conquer Stress, Anxiety, and Depression podcast where Dr. Bob Acton and the team at How to Feel Fantastic provide you with helpful strategies and techniques to feel better to feel happy, be resilient and live a healthy life. </p> <p>Today's technique relates to the #1 thing you can do to feel better quickly. </p>
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HTFF 001: The Power of the Pause
<p>Welcome to the Conquer Stress, Anxiety, and Depression podcast where Dr. Bob Acton and the team at How to Feel Fantastic provide you with helpful strategies and techniques to feel better to feel happy, be resilient and live a healthy life. www.howtofeelfantastic.com </p> <p>Learn how pausing can be very helpful as a technique to help you get control back in your life.</p>
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