People battling anorexia or other eating disorders often struggle with a wide range of negative emotions. One of them is fear—fear of the outcome if they can’t beat the disease, fear of what they’ll have to do beat the disease, fear of relapse once they are on the road to recovery, etc. At our anorexia treatment center in Roseville, we believe that there’s no such thing as actually eliminating your fears. A more realistic goal is to learn to manage them.
Are They Brave or Just Better Able to Handle Fear?
Most people who have a reputation for being brave will admit that they definitely aren’t fearless. They have simply learned how to deal with their fear in a more positive way than others. It’s a skill, not an inherent trait. The beauty of that revelation is that it means you can learn to be more courageous too. Read more from this blog. http://bit.ly/2sG83Wt