Do you find yourself in a state of fear often?
Fear is defined as “an unpleasant emotion caused by the belief that someone or something is dangerous, likely to cause pain, or a threat.” But what does that really mean?
Why do we fear the things we do, even when we know the fear is illogical? What causes the fear in our bodies? Why is it so hard to shake?
As someone who is scared of a lot of things (ghosts, sharks, mortality, aliens, sickness, losing loved ones, the sky falling down on top of me), I would personally like to understand what it’s all about a little bit more; I want more facts about fear.
As it turns out, we need fear. Fear helps us determine how to stay safe in life. Sometimes, though, it can get out of hand after certain experiences.
When do you get the most frightened, and what are you most afraid of in life? How do you deal with your own personal fears?
These 10 facts about fear will help you understand everything a bit better.
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