Face your fear | Everyone is afraid…
… of something! I am, you are, everyone is! The things we are afraid of may be different, but our reactions to fear are usually the same. Our palms sweat and our mouths get dry. And if our stomachs start to churn, we would do anything, make any sacrifice, just to make it go away.
Fear comes in many ways. The incurable panic of spiders, needles or ghosts. The feeling that paralyses us before the dentist’s appointment. Some are afraid of heights or small spaces. Others are terrified by clowns. Maybe scared of the dark or a nun wearing a gas mask? Or maybe by an all time classic: The Bogey Man.
Fear has an unparalleled ability to freeze us in our tracks, and limit what we are willing to try. It makes us lead a smaller life. If you don’t learn how to face your fear it will grip your mind, body, and spirit. It will wage a war against you.
Quote: I worry about diseases, so I have trouble touching things… I get dizzy spells, nausea, cold sweats, hot sweats, fever blisters, difficulty breathing, difficulty swallowing, blurred vision, involuntary trembling, dead hands, numb lips, fingernail sensitivity, pelvic discomfort. What if my heart stops beating?… If my bladder explodes? – Bob Wiley (What About Bob?)
Strong typographic poster with the words Face Your Fear reminding you of that moment late at night when the demons come. Face it here. Made past midnight in Sweden.
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