The only way to conquer your fears is to face them head-on. It's not easy, but it's worth it.
Last week in Cornwall we walked around The Rumps with big ole sheer drops next to us.
Not gonna lie… I felt a bit 🤢, but it felt great to conquer something scary and made me feel alive.
It got me thinking about facing fears. Many of us are stuck in a rut because we don’t want to expose ourselves to fear but the longer you leave it, the worse it gets in your head.
Here are some tips for facing your fears:
1. Identify your fears: Write down what you're afraid of and why.
2. Start small: Take small steps towards facing your fear. For example, if you're afraid of heights, start by standing on a step stool and work your way up.
3. Seek support: Talk to someone you trust about your fears and ask for their support.
4. Focus on the present: Don't let your mind wander to negative outcomes. Focus on the present moment and take things one step at a time.
Remember, facing your fears takes courage, but it's the only way to overcome them and live your best life.
If you need a little help with your mindset so that you can feel ready to face your fears, consider a Rapid Transformational Therapy session with me. It works wonders.
RTT can help with overcoming fear of driving, social anxiety, fear of insects and spiders, fear of heights, fear of flying, fear of medical procedures and most other fears.
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