What would you do if you weren’t afraid?

I already wrote about this topic and asked you some questions. But I’ve missed the most important one – the one from the title.

It’s also interesting to question yourself, what do you want to achieve.
Prevent yourself from doing some harm, or prevent you from actually succeeding in doing things?

Have you ever thought about it this way?

I can be very protective and careful with not achieving too much (or sometimes nothing at all), because I was punished for doing it so in the past.
Old trauma patterns.

Great video on the topic. This strategy might even pull you out of depression.

So, what would you do if you weren’t afraid?
Are you more afraid of the bad things that might happen or the good stuff?

9 thoughts on “What would you do if you weren’t afraid?”

  1. I’ve seen that video before, and it’s an interesting perspective. Looking back at my own life, I don’t think fear has been a major factor in decisions I’ve made, but I can definitely see how it could be in general.

  2. When I left Washington State to return to a different part of NY, having purchased a house sight unseen, and having to transport 13 cats, I think I was very afraid but I knew I had to do it. If you REALLY want to do something, you will.

  3. My problem was never that I was punished for anything but that anything I accomplished was either ignored or simply put down so I lost the confidence I should have had. Somehow I think that is a whole separate problem.


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