People today are dealing with all kinds of difficult and fear. There’s the fear of what you see. There’s the fear of what you don’t see but you think is there . Then there’s the fear of the complety unknown. A lot of us feel that on a daily basis. Back when I was first diagnosed, people would look at me in the eye – and they’d see their own fear reflected back at them. Because I was fine with it. But they were like, shit this could happen to me. – Michael J Fox

Help for Anxiety: Facing Your Fears Will Heal Your Brain | Psychology Today

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4 Responses to Fear

  1. jeffw5382 says:

    I like what Anthony de Mello says about fearing the unknown- he suggests that we cannot fear what we do not know- what we do fear is losing what we know.

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  2. The fear of the unknown is my struggle. But I also think it has something to do with wanting to be in control of my life at all times too.

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    • msw blog says:

      One cannot be in control and have faith at the same time. My grandmother, often says, “Baby it’s okay to let go and let God, drive the car” In other words, trust in God to guide you on the journey of life. You will only end up in a ditch if you try to take control of the wheel…lol

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