For this episode I am joined by James Kavanagh, TV presenter, broadcaster, social media superstar and co-founder and co-author of the award winning and bestselling Currabinny book and brand. James shares his experience of anxiety in recent years – manifested in midnight panic attacks – at a time in his life when everything is – on paper – very good. So why now? We trace back over his experience of being badly bullied for being gay throughout school and how perhaps his anxiety now, at a time when he accepts himself entirely, might be in fact a delayed reaction to having gone through a very hard time growing up, coupled with the anxiety of leaving a full time job and going out on your own in the unreliable freelance world. We chat about the comfort zone, social anxiety, panic attacks and so much more.