Increase your self-esteem by re-evaluating fear (1 minute read)
This post “Increase your self-esteem by re-evaluating fear” is about how you can increase your self-esteem by understanding your feelings.
Increase your self-esteem by re-evaluating fear:
This post continues with fear.
Exposure is the main technique to constructively handle fears, i.e. with the aim to living the life you would like and not avoiding doing the things you would like to be able to do.
There is research showing that the brain never erases things or situations that it has been afraid of, but instead keeps watching for similar events as a part of learning what to be attentive and apprehensive to.
Hence, the main focus to overcome fears has to be on relearning, which can be made through repeated experiences of more positive outcomes/reaction patterns using both feelings and thoughts towards the feared object/situation.
This means that the brain has to repeatedly re-experience that the situation is not dangerous and also consciously recording this for fear to diminish and become more manageable.
More about fear and how to conquer it in upcoming post.
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