Don’t Face Your Fear

On the other hand, our resources are limited. We are underpowered. Fighting fear can exhaust our resources. And fear never stops coming at us, small and big.

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2 thoughts on “Don’t Face Your Fear

  1. Working in an environment where people frequently suffer from high anxiety levels ,often needing social stories to cope with concerns that fly below other people’s radar, I have found that most of these strategies create stress over time if not addressed. I say cautiously approach your fear from the side, look at it timidly through your open fingers. Gingerly examine it as best you can and then wholeheartedly humiliate and belittle it until you laugh out loud. Revisit your previous effective attack by adding ‘it’s ok, I do believe I sorted you out good and proper last time you showed up here and I was the winner!’

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