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becoming fearless

Learning when to say "no" can be the greatest gift in your life. Because when you say "yes" to people or projects in order
How is fear deciding your fate? How is it affecting the decisions you make, the paths you take or don't take? Light a candle and reflect. Or take a night drive and think. It's funny -- as soon as you start to see fear clearly, it looks a lot less scary. So take a deep breath and stare it down.
When was the last time you felt that you had to prove something to the people you love? When you feel that you're not good enough, you often find yourself in isolation, sitting in the dark room, abandoned and longing for love -- Here is the eight-step process for you to take on in order to never ever again be lost in the fear of not being enough.
Acquired Risk Aversion Syndrome seems to be everywhere these days. That's what I'm calling the tendency of people to get less adventuresome as they go through life. I don't mean to create panic but ARAS is alarmingly prevalent and I keep running into more people who are suffering from it.
All the reasons, all the excuses, all the times I've said "I've been busy" -- they all amounted to the same thing. I was absolutely petrified of getting back behind the wheel. The thought made me feel physically sick. But I'd had enough of avoiding the issue and pretending it wasn't there. It was time wave goodbye to that elephant once and for all.
Facing your fears can feel like an uphill battle, but it gets better after you take the first step. The infographic below
Was it the hairy spiders or the monster under your bed that made your skin crawl as a kid? We may laugh at the things we
Skydive, travel the world and dance the funky chicken at your 75th wedding anniversary party? Sounds like our kind of bucket
Death isn't a topic most people want to broach regularly, and when we do think about it, it's often with a chill running
The move by Vogue magazines to no longer work with models under the age of 16 or who appear to have an eating disorder is