4 Steps to Challenging Your Fear Instead of It Challenging You

By Laura Thomas
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Laura is a writer, performer, mindfulness instructor, yoga teacher, entrepreneur, and some days, a fairy princess. After the tragic loss of her older brother in 2011, Laura decided the one guideline she’d use to orient the rest of her life was this: Life is short. Only do things that make the world a more compassionate place.
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Bari Norden
Bari Norden

I recently got divorced. I am realizing that I have been this certain person for a long long time and I don’t know how to be anyone else…correction I am fearful of being someone new. What will I be? What if I fail? What if they are right? I am consumed with fear and doubt. I have been living someone else’s life and now I gave an opportunity to live my life. I don’t know where to begin. I feel strange and ridiculous. I am almost 50, and I have no clue which road to choose.

Steve
Steve

hi I like your web site and u tube,,,Simple straight forward and correct,,,In my years if have pretty much used intention to project my life and it work,,, I am now retired living in Mexico a direct result of setting an intention to be in the present and be aware what doors the universe opens or what cracks in time i can squeeze through, Over coming fear of the unknown or perhaps realizing that the universe wants you to co-create with you … for when you work with the forces of light you become aware of the joy that is out there and that joy is shared.

Judy
Judy

My fear I need to overcome is a confrontation. It has smothered me most of my life. My mommy (yes I still call her mommy,) she always too initiative to speak for me or make appointments for me whether they be hair or doctors and she would also go into the doctors’ offices with me saying I couldn’t speak for myself or I didn’t know what to say. She did this until my late teens possibly early twenties. How was I to say no to my mother? I finally did? I summed up the courage and said no to her. She got the point but didn’t like giving up the control she had over me. God Bless you all. Good Night!

Judy
Judy

My fear I need to overcome is a confrontation. It has smothered me most of my life. My mommy (yes I still call her mommy,) she always too initiative to speak for me or make appointments for me whether they be hair or doctors and she would also go into the doctors’ offices with me saying I couldn’t speak for myself or I didn’t know what to say. She did this until my late teens possibly early twenties. How was I to say no to my mother? I finally did? I summed up the courage and said no to her. She got the point but didn’t like giving up the control she had over me. God Bless you all. Good Night!

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