Fear is known to be a very powerful emotion that has a strong effect on your body and soul, it can last for a short time and then pass, but they can also last much longer and you can get stuck with them. In some cases, they can take over your life, affecting your ability to do things that you love, it restricts you and stops you from living the life you enjoy
Fear/anxiety can make you get overwhelmed and you tend to always want to avoid people or situations that make you anxious. This can affect everything that surrounds you and sometimes lead to depression
Loving yourself for who you are, helps your self-esteem as a person, it boosts your confidence and helps you remain fearless, always remember you are the best version of yourself and you must always encourage yourself to be a better person at all times. in order to love yourself, you must prioritize your happiness, improve on your skills, network, forgive yourself, and generally work on being a better version.
There’s a common saying that “Worry gives a small thing a big shadow”. thinking often causes more worries, which builds fear into our minds, you realize the more you worry, the more the situations become complex. these are scary monsters that still our joy and leave us anxious, In fact, the more you think, the more fear builds within. one of the ways to remain fearless is to stop worrying.
Take actions and face your fear
when you face your fear you become more confident, you realize that you were actually capable and the fear seems petty and irrational. You will start to think that earlier what you described as fear wasn’t really much to be afraid of.
Treat Fear as a Call to Action
If your fear is outside of your control as an economic downturn write down a specific plan of the exact steps that you’ll take in order to adapt, if and when it happens. Once you’ve completed that task, but the plan aside and have the courage to forget about it. You’ve done what you can; it’s time to move on.
But if what you fear is inside your control–some action that you’re afraid to take, that is–take a few moments to prepare yourself, then do the thing that’s scaring you.
Turn your fear into excitement
Finally, tune in to the aspect of fear that’s really fun. Think about the last time you rode a roller coaster: You probably felt plenty of fear, but you were also having a great time.
Let’s face it, a life without fear–and without the courage to overcome fear–would be pretty bland and insipid.XOXO