Fear is very useful to us as humans. It is vital to feeling the response and emotional danger to protect ourselves from legitimate threats.
With COVID-19 still among us, many of us have been caught up in a pandemic of terrifying headlines.
New research reveals that horror entertains us most effectively when it triggers a distinct physical response.
While many might assume that, as lockdown measures ease and we return to our workplaces, so too will our fears about the coronavirus itself.
As we recover from this as a nation, we find ourselves at the height of another crisis.
Fear is something that can have a powerful grip on us.
Cognitive behavioural therapy has shown that exposing ourselves to our fears is effective in freeing us.
With a positive approach, I know that we can turn our fear into power.
Scaring oneself and others triggers emotion and dysregulation; this is also what we sometimes find with adults liking horror films.
Fear is an emotion that science has proven to be basic to all human beings from birth; regardless of race, culture, or any other socio-economic factors.
If we were in control of everything in life, we’ll do a miserable job at it.
Is fear holding you back and keeping you from stepping into your brilliance?