Question of the Day – No. 436 If you think about the last time you overcome your fears, what helped you do it? Share this:TwitterFacebookTumblrMoreLinkedInRedditPinterestPocketTelegramWhatsAppSkypeEmailLike this:Like Loading... 29 thoughts on “Question of the Day – No. 436” Add yours Apathy. LikeLiked by 3 people Reply How come? LikeLike Reply can you answer your own questions?? LikeLiked by 4 people Reply I usually do while I compose them. For this one, my answer is the following: Strong will and always looking for what’s good in life helped me move on. The hope for the better is also a great helper, hope that comes from listening to all those great people out there that transmit it (people like Gary Vaynerchuk, Grant Cardone, Jay Shetty, Tony Robbins, Tom Bilyeu and so on). LikeLike Reply O pray now for you to be all that God intended for you to be.Thankbyou for stopping by and fommenting. LikeLike Determination. LikeLiked by 3 people Reply I was terrified of Math exams during my school years. My dad said this before every exam and it got imprinted in my psyche ‘ Fear of danger is 10,000 times more dangerous than danger itself – Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’. Also, as an adult, I often use the phrase ‘ Beat fear with faith’. So, these two have helped me get over tough times. LikeLiked by 3 people Reply I remind myself to trust my gut and the universe will support me. What’s meant to be will be. LikeLiked by 3 people Reply Yes, very true! ❤ LikeLike Reply It has come through knowing myself. Having social phobia, it would be much easier to stay home and let fear hold me back. But, because I know that I have a genuine desire for connection (not disconnection), I stay involved with my people and groups. Fear can speak very loudly. But getting to know my authentic self and desires, underneath the lies fear speaks, brings something stronger to the surface: the Courage to know what I want and not settle for less. LikeLiked by 3 people Reply The alternative is to let fear win, which is wholly unacceptable. LikeLiked by 4 people Reply Fear will never be that strong… LikeLiked by 1 person Reply To clearly identify what I am exactly afraid of….and if it is really soooo bad if the “risk” actually realizes….and to assess the probability that the risk will realize…. Et voilà, often the elephant shrinks back to the size of a tiny mosquito. LikeLiked by 4 people Reply I like the analogy with a mosquito 🦟 LikeLiked by 2 people Reply I also discovered in a few cases that I am not afraid of the event itself but of the aftermath. These consequences have been often based on assumptions only….all this excitement and negativity without any substantiated reason. I guess, this is called self-sabotage. LikeLiked by 5 people Reply Trust and belief in myself. LikeLiked by 1 person Reply There is nothing stronger than that. LikeLike Reply Pure determination! Get Outlook for Android ________________________________ LikeLiked by 1 person Reply Reflection. LikeLiked by 2 people Reply How did that helped you? LikeLike Reply The reason for my fear left me with PTSD and I am still trying to deal with that. LikeLiked by 2 people Reply That’s tough… do you feel comfortable sharing what triggered your PTSD? LikeLike Reply I cried it out in a corner, drained my self of emotion; apathy as someone said earlier. Other times I overcome it when I remember the choices I still have left to influence change in my life, seemingly not enough, but enough to pull myself out. LikeLiked by 2 people Reply I must add, yet in other instances, I get angry at my fear. I tell fear itself “Imma make you my bitch” because I am sick and tired of being afraid. Then I get up to get busy with something, else to focus on. LikeLiked by 1 person Reply As long as it doesn’t hurt you, each of those “strategies” are very helpful… LikeLike Reply Not caring about what anyone else thinks no matter what. LikeLiked by 1 person Reply Just doing it. My life as a Nike ad. LikeLiked by 1 person Reply And yea this one…for mee too. LikeLike Reply Anger helped LikeLike Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Google account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Facebook account. ( Log Out / Change ) Cancel Connecting to %s Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email.