The most common complaint among humans in the twentieth century is anxiety. Most people know the body’s buzzing refusal to relax, the constant sense that something has gone wrong or is about to go wrong, the heat and electricity of worry. We live in a world where stress is a shared experience with every person we meet. Neuroscientists, psychiatrists, medical doctors and pharmacists try to drug it away. What can we do that is different? Join Sarah for an exploration of the neuroscience of anxiety, and how empathy and resonance point the way toward very clearly toward relief once we know the origin of our discomfort.