If you could get rid of one of your fears which would it be?
What Guys Said 6
The fear of failure. I hate it. It holds me back, and I've failed so any times. But the worst part is that I relate failure to everything I do. Failure in love, failure back in school. I have had a tendency to pour my heart out and then get left in the dust. It was terrible and I never learned. It was a part of who I was. Who I am. Who I always will be. I can live a career of criminal justice without the fear of death but i can't make a relationship work. I use to blame myself too. I said I wasn't good enough. I would use that to get better in the weight room. It was always my fault in my head. I had always let her get away. It was always that I wasn't good enough for her. Never that it wasn't meant to be. I lived like that up until last year. Then I stopped, I stopped dating. I said if something was meant to be it would happen. And I've been better since then. I mean I've lived without any intimate or sexual interaction for almost two years now.. Its been tough but its been easier than the self destructive ways I use to have. So I would get rid of my fear of failure and not being good enough, strong enough, smart enough.0
Fear of meeting new people, small talk.0
You should embrace your fears and turn them into a strength, not wish to get rid of them.0
i get kinda nervous when public speaking0
My fear of getting old or my fear of isolation0
talking to women0
What Girls Said 6
failure. or certain bird species. one of them.
probably the latter, since the former is what keeps me going.0
The fear of dying. Not to the point where I would become reckless of course, but to the point where I would feel at peace with eventually dying. It makes me feel anxious and scared.0
the fear of puke. i can't even handle when my daughter throws up
scariest thing ever0
the fear of spider i can not stand them0
of being rejected0
fear of change.0
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