It’s a truly horrible thing to live in fear, and I wouldn’t wish it on anyone. But when you have anxiety, living in fear is a way of life.
When my anxiety was at its worst my fear never left me – not even for a minute. It would be there in the morning when I woke up and it would be there when I went back to bed at night.
It was never-ending and it was awful.
If your anxiety is anything like mine was then you know all this first-hand.
You might be thinking that your constant fear is just the way you’ll always be, that your anxiety makes it impossible for you to feel any different. But I’m going to show you that there are simple things you can do to stop living in fear.
That’s what this post is all about.
There are several key ideas I’ve learned about fear over the past few years, and they’ve helped me to almost entirely eliminate anxiety-based fear from my life.
After I’ve shared these ideas with you I’m hoping that they turn out to be as helpful for you as they have been for me.
Before I share these ideas with you, a quick warning: these ideas are weird, and when you first hear them your instinct will be to dismiss them. But stick with me until the end of this post.
Listen to what I have to say with an open mind, and by the end of this post I think you will look at fear in a completely different way than you ever have before.
The impact these ideas can have on your anxiety and on your life in general are huge.