A clear, head-on view puts fears at ease.
Think about it: if you shirk responsibility or close your mind to situations—such as starting a new exercise program—anxiety grows.
So step out of the darkness, into the light, and talk out those fears, with yourself or others. Face them head on. You may not find an answer, but you will figure out that the fear often comes from just stepping out of your circle of comfort. Then you can step out of the circle.
That’s the key.
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