The fear of facing your fears

Often it is the fear of facing our fears that stops us in our tracks and not the fear itself. It is the story we have crafted, the uncomfortable anticipation of sensations or defined outcomes, that hold us from facing our fears. Yet, fear is like taking a walk outside and coming to […]

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Last week I was patiently waiting in the deli line at my go-to grocery store. I was daydreaming about the French dip sandwiches I had planned – perfectly crusted bread, slightly chewy in the middle and slathered with horseradish sauce, gooey melted cave-aged provolone cheese on top of perfectly layered thin-sliced, rare roast […]

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