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Conquer Your Fears

Conquer Your Fears

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Fear? What Fear?

Any undesirable emotion that you feel or a thought which causes you great distress can be referred to as fear. It can also be associated with any kind of feeling that you get whenever you are anxious that something terribly wrong might happen.

Whenever a person feels fear, a fight or flight response is initiated. Any type of fear begins with the trigger of a certain stimulus. This stimulus may be in the form of water, insects or perhaps any life threatening situation.

Fear will always be present in your life. There will always be something which will trigger that emotional response. This is aggravated especially if you are always within your comfort zone. You have to reach out every once in a while in order to achieve self-improvement. Wishing to be fearless in all aspects of life is unrealistic. Fear will crop up in various aspects of your life and when this happens, you must not be bound by your fears. You must learn to overcome it and not merely adapt to it. 

When it comes to your personal progress, harboring fear within yourself will deter your growth as a person. Although feeling fear is a part of human nature, enabling this feeling will in turn affect your ability to make rational decisions and it may even affect your actions and habits. In most cases, individuals, including you, have a particular baseless fear lying within. This causes the destruction of your self-confidence and will directly influence your personal growth and success.

Those who are living in fear usually misinterpret a particular situation in their life which then results to the development of fear which may either be real or fictitious. Those who continue to live with this type of sensation often feel insecure about their personal being, overly anxious and are not aware of how to look at life on a positive point of view. These individuals are incapable of thinking logically and evidently. Because of these things, a person living in fear often limits their ability to progress in terms of their interpersonal and intrapersonal life.


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