Life is a relentless battle of fear, but we do not have to battle it alone. Fear means not knowing how to approach something of interest.
Fear is not wanting to do something. Love is the most affected by fear. The miniscule, childish fears diminish, leaving us with fears we never thought to be possible: Being fearless for a moment and diving into the life that was always yours... Did you find it worthwhile, to allow fear to prevent you from reaching out and obtaining a dream of yours?
People who fear panic every waking minute of the day often get a panic attack out of the blue. It means we recognize something that we want, and can, in equal proportion, identify what it would mean to lose that thing — so our defenses spike. In an attempt at a supplemental income, they create a side business and find themselves spending thousands of dollars on promoting their product, only spiralling them into further debt and adding to the stress of not having enough money.
People who think of not dropping a glass of wine at a party often do. The element of the unknown scares us away from liberating ourselves of our comfort zone.
You must recognize that if it's admitting you have a problem that scares you, it's because you know how good recovery could be, and you don't want to heal and then regress again. Repetition is comforting.
We want lives that are full of happiness and ubiquitous joy, not lives that are tied down by useless fears. Image Credit: Fear is realizing the risks are high. The question really is: We fail to realize that the need to control the outcome is deeply rooted in fear: Calmly remove your attention to the negative and search for that soothing balm of your conscious brain's attention to the positive.
The conscious brain searches for the proper distraction while the unconscious brain checks for errors so as to prevent the dreaded consequence.