Fear is a prime motivator in the lives of many individuals. In my practice, most of the issues that I see my clients grapple with are fear-related.
Many choices and patterns in a person’s life are directly related to fear. Some of the most common types of fear: Fear of failure: Staying in unhealthy relationships or situations because you equate leaving with failure or quitting.
Not pursuing dreams or goals because you don’t want to risk having the experience of failure.Fear of personal responsibility: focusing on others so you can avoid your role in the problem.