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Your heart is racing. You can’t sleep. You have a headache and your muscles are tight. You’re exhausted, irritable, and nauseous. So, the question is, are you experiencing fear? Or are you experiencing anxiety and stress? And perhaps more importantly is this question – does it matter if it’s fear
If you’ve ever had a completely irrational reaction to something, it’s possible that your reaction came from a place of fear. Even if you don’t realize it. Let’s be honest. If you have a fear of spiders and one is crawling up your leg, you know exactly what the cause
I am afraid of heights. Of getting stuck somewhere because of a health crash. And failure. If I were to look at those fears as a problem, in combination with other smaller and everyday fears in my life, I might start to convince myself that there is something wrong with
“Things will get better, buddy. I promise.” “It doesn’t feel like it.” I heard those words on a TV show this week and just started to cry. Because I agree with them so much. Fortunately for me, my adult brain has years of dealing with emotion and I handle it
There is an irresistible urge to want more space when you have more people and stuff in your home. Kids’ toys, soccer balls, cloths, and debris takes up a lot of room! So why in the world would you want to intentionally move out of your home and into a