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Increase your self-esteem by managing exaggerated fear:

This post is about exaggerated fear.

Fear can be connected to stimuli or situations that are not per se dangerous – i.e. the reaction is disproportionate to the stimuli, like in the case of phobias.

We all can feel apprehensive when passing a bridge or flying, but for people with phobias this is unthinkable and create such strong avoidance reactions that they eventually often and hopefully seek professional help.


Try this:

To conquer your fears, try this:

List the top 2-3 things that scares you the most

Estimate on a scale 1 = little to 10 = max how strong that fear is for each feared stimuli or situation respectively

Estimate how likely it is that you will be injured and your degree of control over the feared object/situation.

More about fear and how to conquer it in upcoming post.

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