Dealing With the Ultimate Foe, Fear

Few things in life can cause paralysis quicker than a feeling of fear. I have found myself stuck in place simply because of fear. That’s not a straightforward statement to write or to admit. The mere acknowledgment that fear, at times can be controlling, may be seen as a sign of weakness. The truth is, none of us are immune to fear every minute of our life. I’ve come to realize that it isn’t merely strengthening our resolve…

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