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Coping With Fear

3 Easy Steps for Managing Fear

Shakti Sutriasa, LCSW, MA | Posted 05.11.2015 | Healthy Living
Shakti Sutriasa, LCSW, MA

We can control fear and when we do, we find that our lives are more exciting, and fulfilling. We feel more empowered, supported, guided and present. Enjoy your life more by allowing fear to be your fellow traveler instead of the boss.

WATCH: 'Fear Became My New Normal'

Posted 10.04.2013 | Healthy Living

Human rights lawyer Marianne Elliott knows the true meaning of "Zen Under Fire." That's the name of the book she wrote about her harrowing experien...

The Push

Karen Talavera | Posted 04.18.2012 | Home
Karen Talavera

Fear is simply a natural human reaction to the unknown. Natural. Human. Reaction. It will come up whenever you don't know the outcome of something.

Moving Beyond Fear

Isha Judd | Posted 07.20.2011 | Healthy Living
Isha Judd

When the fear comes, go inwards and connect with the silent space within.

The Key To Eradicating Your Fears

Jinny Ditzler | Posted 11.17.2011 | Healthy Living
Jinny Ditzler

Someone had asked the question, "What's the source of miracles?" A deep discussion followed and they reached a profound conclusion. The source of miracles is gratitude.

Is Radiation Panic Contaminating Your Life? 5 Ways To Detox From The Fear

Deborah King | Posted 11.17.2011 | Healthy Living
Deborah King

It seems that the only thing that spreads further than radiation from a nuclear disaster is the panic it produces around the world. Here are five tips for releasing the fear you're feeling before it escalates.

4 Ways To Manage Fear

Jennifer Lauck | Posted 11.17.2011 | Healthy Living
Jennifer Lauck

In the face of disaster in Japan, can we stop our fearful thoughts? Can we even go a step further and maintain a calm state of mind that breeds more calm?

Embracing the New: Avoiding a Routinized Life

Dr. James Hollis | Posted 11.17.2011 | Healthy Living
Dr. James Hollis

If we think our life dull and routinized we may profitably think more on our predecessor, Odysseus, and why someone 2,700 years ago thought it so important to write about the twin perils of fear and lethargy.