Cancer patients often fear the next round of tests concerned about whether their disease has reoccurred.
Recovering addicts live one day at a time hoping and praying that they can stay away from that which they are addicted to.
Deep-seated concern for losing a job and the economic plight that it would cause is something almost everyone has gone through.
Even though 99% of what we fear will never happen, it doesn’t mean that fear is not real.
The remedy comes from a cardiologist who told his post-surgery patient concerned about the future to “Go out and live your life. There are people who want to be you”.
To balance fears, become proactive about life in the present.
Fear is passive.
Living life is the proactive remedy.
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