Everyone says to know your “why.” When it comes to your fears, the “why” is irrelevant. I’ll explain.
I’m sitting on a train, tensing in fear. So I’m digging it up and laying it out. Warning: this is raw and vulnerable.
I agreed to care for my three nephews over a long weekend. Now, I’m on a train and filled with fear about this adventure. How did I get here? It’s epic. This is part 1.
Funny, how, when it rains, we don’t ask, Why?
Why Are We Obsessed with the Pursuit of Happiness? Look around in any book store, at any newsstand or on any lifestyle-oriented website. Have you noticed how many titles and articles are devoted to the topic of happiness. It seems that everyone is eager to share the latest research on what makes us happy and […]
I have been thinking lately about fear. Specifically, I’ve been noticing the conversations we have in our culture about fears. Many people offer advice on how to “manage” fears. In reflecting on this advice, I found it helpful to draw a distinction between two different types of fears. Two Types of Fears Original Fear Original […]