Fear - Why We Fear and why Having Fears Is not Bad
Fear is not a sense of security or safety; it is the anticipation of failure or disaster. Everyone faces fears on a daily basis, whether it is something simple, like the fear of being late for an appointment or class, or something larger, such as the fear of heights. Most fears are learned, but some are instinctive.
The survival of the human race relies on instinctive fears such as being afraid of heights or of spiders. If we were not afraid of heights, we may try to do something idiotic like jump off a two-story building or play with a black widow spider. …
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