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Radha Modgil

The medical doctor and broadcaster of BBC Radio 1’s Life Hacks show, shares what matters to her and how she deals with fear and anxiety

shared values

One of my passions is helping people find their self-esteem and know that whatever they face, they can deal with it by using the right tools. Everyone can benefit from CBT; it’s a useful skill to understand yourself. I’m also a big fan of exercise; If I’m worried or anxious, getting out into nature and seeing the bigger picture can shift the negativity.

Currently, there seems to be a huge outpouring of anxiety and questions around identity. When teenagers hear fearful messages on the news, that ties into their anxiety and their need to feel safe, so they grab onto the things they think will make them feel better, like social media, but that actually makes them feel worse. It’s about having a balanced view: these are the challenges you may be faced with, but here’s how you can empower yourself to deal with them.

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