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Overcoming FEAR -1 Worksheet
On this page, we will provide you with an Overcoming FEAR Worksheet. It will help you
to overcome the fear you experience from different situations.
What is an Overcoming FEAR Worksheet?
Fear is an emotional reaction to something that seems dangerous. It is a normal human tendency to experience an emotion of fear, but it can be protective when it is appropriate and of low intensity. This worksheet will help you to counter the fear produced from any disturbing event and help you to act calmly and focused.
How an Overcoming FEAR Worksheet will help?
The fear overcoming worksheet will act as a map that shows you various ways. By following those ways you can easily neutralize and reduce the intensity, bodily symptoms of fear. To feel fear is a universal phenomenon that arises with the threat of harm, it can be physical, emotional, psychological, real, and imagined. This worksheet will provide guidance to tackle the fear triggering event.
Instructions on how to use the Overcoming FEAR Worksheet
Being a social entity we all experience fear, it can be of any type e.g fear of height, fear of animals, fear of situations, etc. This worksheet will help you to counter and face situations that are triggering fear in you. Follow the techniques mentioned on the next page whenever you feel fearful.
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On this page, we provided you with a Fear Overcoming Worksheet, which hopefully helped you to overcome the fear you experience from different situations.
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