• Alan Jacobs

Free Yourself from Being Frozen in Fear

Divorce can be one of the most difficult times in your life. You are going through a total upheaval that affects nearly every part of your day-to-day existence. It’s disorienting to have everything suddenly uncertain. It’s natural to feel a bit lost, confused, angry, hurt, and sad all at once as you try to come to grips with your situation and work through everything that must be done.

In this blog posting, Shan While writes about her five-step process working through and reconditioning the debilitating, pervasive, all-encompassing fear she was experiencing.

Her steps were to:

  • Recognize,

  • Re-frame her perspective,

  • Rehearse,

  • Release, and

  • Revise.

Fear is a normal human emotion that doesn't need to cripple you and keep you from becoming everything you dream of being and doing. If you are willing to address it, find out what's behind it and take active action. You can take control over it instead of it taking control of you.


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