Finding Strength: Don’t Let These Fears Hold You Back

Fear is the single most reason why we might not follow our dreams. Fear of failure prevents us from doing some of the most incredible things and while we might not realize it at the time, giving in to our worries can leave us filled with regret in later in life. But where exactly does this kind of fear come from? Your worries might be more understandable than you at first thought and by comprehending why you might be feeling a certain way, you will be better equipped to deal with the emotion in a positive way.

  1. Fear Of Success
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Believe it or not, many people fear of realizing their dreams because they might not be able to handle the success that comes with it. So often, we hold our dreams on a pedestal and, while they are something that we wish to achieve, we might rarely believe that we will actually go through with it. Recognizing the discomfort that might come as a part of success is one of the best ways to work through the feeling and come out of the other side. It’s ok to be afraid; you just need to learn to accept that there is nothing wrong with success.

  1. Fear Of Judgment
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Do you breeze through your life without a care in the world or rather do you, like so many others, stress about the ridicule of other people? Our dreams are something that we cherish and hold close to our hearts and when we share them with other people, we can often feel vulnerable and insecure. Understanding that what you do affects only you is essential should you want to get over this fear. While not everyone might be open to your future plans, negativity often stems from insecurity, jealousy or a combination of the two, reflecting something in the other person, not you. Sometimes, other people’s responses have nothing to do with you at all.

  1. Fear To Be Yourself
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When we are truly ourselves, we can often feel at our most vulnerable. Stripping away the barriers that we build in order to function in different social circles, we expose a part of ourselves that might be reserved for only a few people and more often than not, letting people in can be the hardest step to take of all. You might show yourself off in your most vulnerable state when you are completely at eae but in doing so, you open yourself up to the chance to meet people who will truly accept you. Sometimes, you have to do a scary thing to see the benefits and in the end, it’s worth being scared for.

 






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