There are simply two human emotions, love and fear. Fear is an emotion usually felt in the presence or prospect of danger or threat. It is a consequence of the analysis of the danger and allows the subject to flee it or to fight it.
Fear of being the bottleneck to live in total fulfillment. But if you can recognize your fear, you have a powerful indicator of how to change your life. What you fear the most; you attract. It’s a self-fulfilling prognosis to ensure you crush fears and raise awareness. Fear is paramount. It is a necessary feeling that can immobilize or inspire action.
So we learn our fears from the experiences of childhood, caretakers, parents, teachers, and authority figures. They arise in adulthood in times of crisis, ambiguity and when we have no control. And, of course, they pop up at work!
When your work environment offers you no certainty, seek security within yourself. Take stock of your strengths and the abilities and talents you can count on. The wisdom to use your resources and the certainty of being able to count on them in all circumstances alleviates the fear of the unknown. Again, this compensates for the lack of external reference points with internal confidence.
Sometimes when we are used to high stress levels as a child, our body fails to recognize danger and fails to hear the alarm bells. Consequently, the resistance phase is prolonged and this state of high stress can lead to a state of chronic stress and total exhaustion.
Indeed, Seyles’ studies have shown that when the state of stress is long or intense, it can sometimes lead to illness. Although Seyles 1974 discusses eustress (positive stress that can be seen as a challenge), which may be true in some cases, it is not always the case and requires a deep level of self-awareness. Moreover, the accumulation and the enormity of the stressors and our perception of his situation could not be considered as something positive when we are there.
The link between stress and illness has been well documented in articles by Steptoe and Cohen 1999. Additionally, research clearly shows that highly stressed people are more likely to get sick than unstressed people. Sapolsky echoed these findings with his writings on the effects of chronic stress on the body and the terminal effects of stress on the immune system, growth, and memory erosion.
McGrath’s stress model defines stress as an imbalance between environmental demand and response. This, in turn, leads us to interpret McGrath’s definition to imply that “the degree of stress is correlated with a person’s perceived inability to cope with an environmental demand. This would conclude that a person’s level of stress depends on their perceived abilities and self-confidence. Stress is correlated with a person’s fear of failure. This is applicable in this case study. Siegrist says the importance of fairness is his perception where obligations and demands far outweigh rewards and motivation.
Stay positive by taking a step back from the situation and focusing on the positive aspects of your life and all the efforts to overcome your fear; Letting go by not trying at all costs to control your fear and by realizing that it is impossible to foresee or control everything. stress
We know that people who feel in control of their situation can reduce their fear. The increase in endogenous oxytocin production promotes social contacts and allows individuals to better control their condition. However, change and uncertainty are now a constant feature of our times. Once you walk through the door of fear, it may not go away, but you have the control to bring it down in every aspect of your life.