The fear is there, everyday. Some thoughts on my personal battle with fear and the weapons in my arsenal I use to deal with them in a not-so-gentle way.
In a world without fear, anything is possible.
What’s the difference between those that do and those that only plan to do it?
Where did the anger come from and how have you dealt with it? Did it define you as a man?
“It’s supposed to be hard. If it wasn’t hard, everyone would do it. The hard is what makes it great.”
I have a dream that people will learn to live outside of the state of fear and become to know the solution of being loving.
I remember a defining moment from my childhood. It helped to shape my relationship with my father and mother.
When there is fear, social progress ceases to exist.
If you’ve been hurt in the past (you’re human, right?), and you haven’t worked through your pain and fear in dating and relationships, it will be almost impossible for you to find lasting love.I know many people who have stopped dating, because they’re afraid of getting hurt again. How about you? Maybe the mere thought of…
I hope my story reminds people that they are not alone in their battle with cancer.
Disregarding someone’s worries as just an “overreaction” does nothing to help or solve the deeper problems.
How many of us sit on the shore with certain activities, disengaging because of unconscious fear?
Internet searches endorsed my fears—it was a possible symptom of testicular cancer.
The more I work with people who are struggling with habits or life problems, the more I see how fears are holding us back.
With a mustache that commanded respect and generated fear in equal measure, Nair rose to be the Health Inspector of Palakkad district in Kerala (South India) and retired as Municipal Commissioner of Chittur-Thathamangalam town (also in Kerala).
Using fear to inform yourself, focus, and sit with discomfort is challenging, but it can help you make better decisions.