Ever been called scaredy pants or fraidy cat?
I'd be lying if I said I had never heard these phrases for myself.
Every summer I was terrified of swimming and every summer I dreaded the part when my dad wanted to re-teach me how to swim.
It was a terrifying time for me, while my little sister and cousin were out gleefully swimming, I was holding on to the side of the pool, balling crying for my dear life.
Looking back I realize that my enemy wasn't the pool, it wasn't swimming, it wasn't the water.... it was fear.
Many times when working with people I'll hear that same old foe of mine creeping into their lives as well. It angers me beyond words. Anytime I see someone paralyzed by fear I want to kick the crap out of fear. (I'm being very PC here, but I have very harsh words I'd like to spew out in regards to how I feel about fear!!)
Just like fear kept me from swimming in the pool, that same fear causes you to stop in your tracks when making moves to date. The desire is there to connect with the opposite sex, but the voice of fear screams much louder then your desire.
Frankly fear just doesn't work for you when you're trying to get out there and meet others of the opposite sex. It paralyzes you, whispers lies upon lies into your ears and drowns out the voice they says "I want that.. I'm going for that!"
In order to move out of fear, you have to focus on moving towards love. Why on earth do you think I constantly talk about self love? Moving towards love breaks the chains and the powerful grip that fear can have on most.
The more you're immersed in love, the more freedom you'll experience when looking for the boldness to reach out to the opposite sex that you really really want to talk to!
What about you, do you find yourself often paralyzed by fear? If so you don't want to miss this free call I'm doing next Tuesday, May 28th. Click the pic below for details.
You can move beyond fear!