Fear is a normal and natural part of life. It is a signal that our well-being is threatened. It is our own personal alarm system and can help keep us safe. Fear tells us we need to act. Without fear our chances of survival would be greatly decreased. However, sometimes we are afraid when there is really no threat.

When fears are irrational, persistent, or intense, our stress levels and our personal level of happiness, and our ability to function can be greatly compromised. When we get stuck in a state of being fearful often, it can interfere with peace and happiness.


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