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10 Fears we try to Conquer Every Day

Everyone has fears and phobias. There’s no reason for you to allow those fears to get the most of your day-to-day activities. Here are 10 fears you fight everyday.

Mental Health By Himanshu SharmaSep 02, 2014

Things Everyone Worries About

Everyone has fears and phobias. There’s no reason for you to allow these fears to get the most of your day-to-day activities. Your character is all about how you handle those things that you fear. Don’t stand at the corner of worry but try overcoming all that you are fearful of. (Image source:Gettyimages)

Failure

The fear of failure has a great influence on our actions and decisions. What we do and don’t do are the things to take a close look at in order to avoid failure. Failure causes such a bad feeling that you might not even want to try again and end up telling yourself, ‘I’m not good enough’. However, failure is actually a way to learn lessons and try again for some. (Image source:Gettyimages)

Loneliness

It is dreadful to think you have no one to talk to and you will be unable to cope with your thoughts. We fear loneliness more because we think that we cannot possibly survive if we do not stick to a group. (Image source:Gettyimages)

Rejection

Dealing with rejection from the society is one of the fears that make people act the way they do not want to. People follow the actions of others not just to avoid rejection but also for the fear of being alone. (Image source:Gettyimages)

Imperfections

We put a lot of stress on all the faults that we can find in us and give little attention to the perfections. Nobody is perfect; everybody has their flaws (sometimes evident, sometimes not). Imperfections are beautiful; embrace yours. (Image source:Gettyimages)

Future

We often worry if we are going on the right track and how and where we will be 10 years down the line. If we aren't in the job of our dreams right now, we cuss about not being able to find a better one. We end up wondering if this is the limit to which we can succeed.(Image source:Gettyimages)

Apology

It is difficult to apologize and we always loathe that incident when we have to bow down infront of another person. Sorry seems to be the hardest word. Just remember that nobody is perfect and that everyone makes mistakes. (Image source:Gettyimages)

Missing out

You cannot have it all. When there are many things on your way, try to pick the best there is and not everything altogether. Don't worry the thing you couldn't pick leaving an impact on your future. (Image source:Gettyimages)

Not behaving at your best

Not all have the ability to present a genuine version of themselves at all times. Some of us are sculpted in such fashion that we cannot express ourselves the way we would like to. But, that is just how we are. (Image source:Gettyimages)

Judging

It can cause moments of intense anxiety to realise that your judgment of others is actually the judgment of yourself. This is the reason why many people become what they despise. (Image source:Gettyimages)

Death

We avoid the thought of death as a near future occurrence in our lives, but we all fear death. Death is also something that is unknown; we don’t know for sure what happens to us when we stop breathing. Unfortunately or fortunately, death is certain! (Image source:Gettyimages)

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