Fear is something that exists in most of our lives. Some may think that the best way to deal with the fear is to meditate on it and seek to control fear by being perpetually prepared for what they’re afraid of. That’s how Barrie Davenport used to think, but she found it to be a bad strategy for a variety of reasons. She found that the more she focused on her fears, the bigger they got. She found that she had formed a habit of fear-based thinking, where her brain was in a constant cycle of negativity. Even worse, with many fears that featured unpredictable variables, there really was no way to be prepared.
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