Fear is an emotional response to a perceived threat. It is a basic survival mechanism occurring in response to a specific stimulus, such as pain or the threat of danger. Fear is usually perceived as a negative emotion–something to be afraid of or feared in itself. Each of us has our own fear to face, it’s like a challenge we need to overcome in our life.
Most Commonly feared
spiders, snakes, heights, water, enclosed spaces, tunnels and bridges, social rejection, failure, and public speaking. Another common fear can be of pain, or of someone damaging a person. Fear of pain in a plausible situation brings flinching, or cringing. Some people turn this into a game, where one throws a punch at the other, then hits them if they flinch. In a 2005 Gallup poll (U.S.A.), a national sample of adolescents between the ages of 13 and 15 were asked what they feared the most. The question was open-ended and participants were able to say whatever they wanted. The most frequently cited fear (mentioned by 8% of the teens) was terrorism. The top ten fears were, in order: terrorist attacks, spiders, death, being a failure, war, heights, criminal or gang violence, being alone, the future, and nuclear war.
My fear is losing someone I love and losing my dignity. Sometimes fear of death might come in to it, it’s the feeling related to losing someone and seeing the end. We all undergone this fear. Mostly when fear strikes us, we became dead worry and we can’t get it out of our mind. When fear arises in the future and you have no control over it, this causes anxiety, this types of fears often affects our dealing in life. If it will not be detected it can lead to more serious health problems that normally it can disturb our emotion and physical.
How To Face Our Fear
F– ind the point- source, from there you can go exactly to any point and trace the gravity or strength of fear that is affecting you, acceptance of your fear will be cognizant for you to be able to formulate an easier approach on how to combat it.
E– mancipate yourself from your apprehension, think of how to manage your fear and concentration. Set your mind free of worries and gradually divert it to other things. Get away from it make your mind busy and your body get going to avoid indulging with your fear.
A- rmed yourself from your fear, make a strong defense for fears mostly crop up from being afraid of losing someone or something. Anticipation also adds up to your fear, alertness, security and protection is all you need to conquer your fear.
R– etain your functionality, don’t dealt too much on your fear, set your mind to a more productive and creative way. Live your life as it is. Have a complacent temper, don’t loose thread. This will keep your mind out of fear.