Alice Mackenzie Swaim
Apr 18, 2020-- When confronted with fear, the brain will seek relief in the form of old coping habits if left to its own devices. However, there are things we can do to help it change course. If we set the stage for courage, our awareness of what happens to us becomes our greatest ally. "The more you interrupt the old fear-based habits and replace fear-based responses with responses to boost courage, the more you create a 'courage habit.' By living your life with courage, you'll be more likely to make the changes that will lead to greater fulfillment -- whether that's embarking on a new relationship or job, or helping to save the world." In this article from Greater Good, five tips for changes in your life that will make you aware of how you experience fear, and (28864 reads)
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