What’s your deepest fear?

A question that has been tossed around for centuries and centuries yet to come. So, what is your deepest fear? Heights? Maybe snakes or bugs? My deepest fear has been the same for as long as I can remember, and I don’t often share it or discuss it.

My deepest fear

My deepest fear isn’t falling off a cliff, or drowning to death. Although snakes are pretty terrifying, those don’t even get the best of me. My deepest fear is losing the people I love in life. Those people being my family, girlfriend, and friends. I don’t know what I would do if one day I woke up and they weren’t here with me. It’s okay to admit you need a shoulder to lean on and the days that I have bad days, I need my teammate, I need my girlfriend, and that’s okay. There are too many stereotypes of male’s not being able to admit love or help that is needed from the natural instincts of our human body’s. Although we all have different fears, how do we face them? How do we help ourselves cope with them? Is there even anything we can do about them?

Find out what your deepest fear is

Take a second in a quiet area, take some deep breaths, and find out what your deepest fear is. If you are still having trouble then maybe this could help you figure out what it is. In my personal opinion, fear is something more than just an animal or a body of land. With that being said, I respect and acknowledge others opinions and beliefs on what their fears are. I know I couldn’t live with myself day to day being in fear of a spider. I personally cope with this by telling those who are near and dear to me I love them and miss them if I am not with them, which most of the time out of the year I am not with my family or girlfriend. I also think my fear and belief, if you would, is biased due to the fact that I am very extroverted and good with showing my feelings and emotions. I am an emotional person, and I want to make sure if I or someone I loved were to leave this world today, that they knew I loved them. I challenge you in finding a deeper meaning to life than just waking up in the morning and going through the routines. Everyday is a new beginning, stay away from what might have been, and look at what it can be.

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