Face Your Fears and Gain Control of Your Life
Unless you have superhuman powers, you like everyone else in the world, have some sort of fear. Some people fear
flying, others fear making a commitment, and
others fear speaking to large groups of people.
And it is very natural and good that we all have fears. Fears push us to be better, and to grow as human
The problem comes into play when your fear keeps you from doing things. For example, if you fear death and in
worrying about it so much you refuse to leave your house because you are afraid you might not make it through the
What about flying, does it keep you from taking your dream vacation, or visiting your loved ones?
If your fears are keeping you from living life or taking advantages of opportunities then it is time to take the
control of your life back and stop letting your fears paralyze you. It is time to start living instead of
Step one, is to list your fears. Take a piece of paper and list all of your fears. It does not matter if you
have 3 things or 20 things, the list is private and no one else needs to see it, but you. This exercise is for you
and you alone.
Step two, is to think about why, why are you afraid of the things on your list. Try to think back in your memory
banks to maybe a time when something bad happened in relation to your fear.
For example, if you were bitten by a dog when you were 5 years old, it is not a stretch to say you are afraid of
dogs because you got bitten. Or maybe when you were in high school during a speech someone laughed at you, and now
you are terrified to speak in front of large groups of people.
Now the real work starts: conquering your fear. Pick one on your list to begin with and realize you are not
going to overcome your fear in one or two days, it will take time and patience with yourself.
How do you begin? You take one small step at a time, which means you do a little at a time, and have success
with that then, take another small step.
For example, if every time you see a dog you go running in the other direction, there is no way you are going to
walk up to a dog tomorrow. What you are going to want to do is first stand very far away, but still be able to see
Do not run, do not scream, just stand and watch the dog, maybe at a park. The dog will probably play, or run
around a bit, but you will not see that dog bite anyone. The next step is to get a little closer, then maybe just a
few feet away, and finally taking the last huge step of petting the dog.
Gain control of your life by overcoming your fears. Choose life instead of bystander and realize that maybe
taking action you will bring many good things to your life.
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