Jenn knows the suffocating feeling of panic too well. She is a loving wife, energetic mom of three children, gym teacher, and volleyball coach. Her days are spent running a home, a classroom, and a non-profit. She is passionate about fitness and missions in Haiti. She’s one of those women who lives with balance and intention as she seeks God’s will for her life.
Yet anxiety isn’t a struggle for the weak. Strong, courageous, health-conscious, Jesus-loving, Bible-reading, world-changing humanitarians like Jenn can struggle with panic attacks and anxiety.
Perhaps you can relate. Maybe you share in this struggle. Perhaps you love someone struggling with anxiety disorder. Friends, lean in. I know it all too well.
You see, Jenn and I have so much in common. We’re both married to teachers. We both have a passion for Haiti and the mission field. We’re both raising little boys. And friends? We’ve both been diagnosed with anxiety disorder.
Our symptoms are different. Our treatment is different. The overwhelming feelings? We both know. We’ve both walked this road. Join us in the honest conversation.
May you be encouraged by Jenn’s loving wisdom and mom-to-mom, woman-to-woman advice. May your heart be filled with new understanding of the people you love struggling with anxiety. May we all learn to live well and to love well.
From my heart to yours,