4 Scientific Steps To Facing Your Fears | TIME
Eric Barker stashed this in Diabolical Plans For World Domination
1) Reduce uncertainty
The more we understand about a situation, what could realistically occur, and our position in it, the more able we are to think clearly. We are consumed by worry and fear when we don’t understand what is going on, don’t know what to do and or how to get control:
via The Courage Quotient:
In many cases, just filling in the mental question marks with basic information is all it takes to move you forward… Reducing fear by reducing uncertainty, then, can be a matter as simple as asking some questions or visualizing the future.