Feeling like we are going to lose something or someone or that something is going to change and cause us to have pain is the basis of most fears.
Yet most fears never happen. It is a setup, an untrue story that we tell ourselves. It is a conversation that you have with yourself based on what may go wrong. We imagine the worst case scenarios of what will happen and this feeling leads us to take sometimes unnecessary actions that lead to adding more fear into our already weaken state of worry. Fear holds us back and keeps us in a place of feeling hopeless and trapped. It takes over our imagination and fills it with negative thoughts. It zaps our energy and sometimes our physical and mental health. Why do you think that so many people end up in a doctor's office looking for quick fix to deal with the unhealthy effects of fear?
But is there a way to deal with fear?
Yes there are many ways and here is a link to Martha Beck, who has a quick fix that may resonate with you. It is only the beginning to what is possible if you start to look at your fears differently. Unfortunately we have not been taught how to deal with our fears and without an understanding of its root cause, many suffer throughout their lives without ever really facing the truth of their personal fears.
I watched fear destroy the life of someone I loved and I know how it can lead people to make choices based on a false sense of insecurity unless it is understood.
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