Is it possible that anxiety, really isn’t anxiety? When you have a hard time identifying and naming your feelings, it’s easy to run with a label. And yet, having mentioned this to a mental health professional recently and having them be aboslutely shocked that this was the case, maybe this isn’t so uncommon after all.

In this episode, Kit talks about how their diagnosis of Generalized Anxiety Disorder really is just more cPTSD from workplace trauma and being a neurodivergent person in a neurotypical workspace. The bottom line: the “anxiety” may not be anxiety at all, but rather something deeper and something far more common.

Note: The Early Episodes are shows I recorded before deciding upon the final form of the podcast. Intros and outros, including music, tagline, and urls may be different. However the information is too still important and needs to be shared.