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Responding to F.E.A.R

Responding to F.E.A.R


Fear is a powerful and primitive human emotion characterized by an intense emotional response to a perceived threat, danger, or harm. It is a natural and adaptive reaction that prepares the body to confront or avoid potential dangers. Physiologically, fear triggers a "fight or flight" response, leading to increased heart rate, heightened alertness, and various other physiological changes aimed at enhancing survival.

Fear can be triggered by real and immediate threats, as well as imagined or anticipated dangers. It is a complex emotional state that can manifest in various forms, such as anxiety, phobias, or panic attacks. Fear can also be learned through experiences, cultural influences, and social conditioning.

Changing the fear response means re-training the brain through experience. These 4 steps can help individuals to regulate their fear response and change the way they respond to perceived fears. 


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