PRLog (Press Release)
- Feb. 28, 2013 -
Many people live their lives ruled by fear. Be it a traumatic experience or simply fear of the unknown, people dictate their lives by the potential drawbacks they may face as opposed to the potential possibilities. In Bridgette Bryant’s new e-book, “AFTER THE FEAR,” Bryant discusses exactly how people get to the level of cognitive thinking that fuels their fears as well as what should be done to curb end the fear.
The e-book discusses the concept of both “merited” and “unmerited”
fears and how the unmerited fears are typically the ones that prevent people from enjoying their lives. In identifying the irrational fears people often have, Bryant opens the reader’s mind to many other possible outcomes, informing the reader that one previously bad experience does not ‘spoil the bunch.’
AFLOURISHINGLIFE.COM cites 10 important facts about fear, including the fact that fearful thoughts are designed to keep one safe and limited, and that fear-motivated thoughts are all about what one “can’t” do. “AFTER THE FEAR” declares that not only can we do more than we think, but that also life is more fulfilling when we are not being “safe” or “limited” by unmerited fears.
Further, Bryant opens up to the reader, exposing her own fears and what she did to overcome them, in a step-by-step process that informs the reader not only of how to let go of fear, but how much life is enriched once it is. This is the ultimate focus of this quick-read, self-help e-book.