like, general speaking,
do you tend to be someone who back away from doing stuff that you are not sure of, stuff you haven't done before, aren't sure about the success rate, tend to think it probably won't turn out well, always capable of imaging the worst and feeling that abject, dreadful, anxiety/fear in your head and stomach, and then just back away from doing that thing that you know you should be doing and allow your brain to tell yourself how of course staying away is the better course.
Your brain saying: No pain, no loss, you know I am right, buddy.
Does this happen to you all the time?
- yes that's meVote A
- nope, i just do things, and those feelings sounds unfamiliar to meVote B
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I wasn't afraid in the backstreets of Mexico DF, Tanger, Istanbul, Cairo, Tunis, Marseille or Barcelona, or near the Golan Heights, nor among Bedouins or in the forrest in Yucatan. Or at night in the unlighted streets of some town in Upper Egypt. Or in Palestine , the shot up West Bank.
Or sailing an open boat on the North Sea.
But, yes I knew that it could become dangerous. (And a few times it indeed became dangerous...)0