Fear is like that annoying relative who calls you twice a year, on your birthday and when results are out.

There are wise people like Mr. Napoleon Hill who candidly chat about how fear is a state of mind. To me, fear is like that embarrassing and mischievous relative who follows you like a shadow far and wide and becomes resistant to your techniques of dismissal.

My concerns are serious. This annoying relative soars on your head, and it’s not simple to escape your galling shadow. It governs you, upsets your inner juxtaposition and outer personality, and suppresses you like capitalists.

Like human species, fears come in distinct forms and degrees. We’re more alike than distinct, apparently.

Fear contrasts and can be eccentric from individual to individual. To overcome fears is definitely not a cakewalk, and munching cliché readings all over the internet doesn’t work either. In the presence of fear, you stop feeling zealous.

Now, is having fears wrong? Absolutely, no. Without our fears, we would not be human. Fears make us mortal, but they also make it rather sad and harmful to let them override our minds.

Personally, I think that our mental and physical well-being is utmost important. We only have to do the best we can to keep our body, mind, and soul healthy.

Healthy particularly doesn’t mean a bed of roses and all happy go lucky. It means a healthy balance of positive and negative.

You must be prepared to do everything you need to guarantee that both your energy and mental health are in order.

Typically, I wouldn’t ask you to first define your concerns as being out of context. You understand precisely what you’re worried about. Face it as if it were lower than you, and you could nail it. You are your life’s protagonist. You have the authority to beat all the odds inside.

And, why not, you’re really your life’s star? You’re shaping it, growing it, and nailing it on top. There’s nothing bigger than you.

If you believe you can, you’ll exhaust your concerns.

There must be some activities that you like about Yoga, Meditation, Religious Practices, Music, Physiotherapy, Dance, Cooking, Reading, etc. The sky is the limit.

I’m more than sure; it’s not just going to help you, it’s going to make you happier because I’ve been there too and won it.

Be accessible to everyone. Yes, you read that right. Bare your fears to your family and close friends. It’s better to share than anchoring it on your own for no fault of yours.

Why let yourselves go through something that doesn’t let you have what you deserve, peace and happiness?

Dump and flush your fears when they control you.

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