Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway by Susan Jeffers
Information: 219 pages, paperback
Feel the Fear:
Losing a loved one
Ending a relationship
Everyone has such fears throughout their lives. But whatever your anxieties, this worldwide bestseller will give you the insight and tools to vastly improve your ability to handle any given situation. You will learn to live your life the way you want - so you can move from a place of pain, paralysis and depression to one of power, energy and enthusiasm.
This inspiring modern classic has helped thousands turn their anger into love - and their indecision into action - with Susan Jeffers' simple but profound advice to 'Feel the fear and do it anyway'.
Susan Jeffers, PhD is an internationally renowned author who has helped millions of people overcome their fears and heal the pain in their lives. She is also a public speaker, workshop leader and media personality who specialises in the areas of personal growth and relationships. She lives with her husband in Los Angeles.
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Reviews - rated 4/5 based on customer reviews4 out of 5 By Rachel NewcombeSusan Jeffer's bestselling Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway is a necessary read for anyone who has ever grappled with fear in their life, especially those who have been prevented from moving forward. The author takes the seemingly logical premise that thinking about our fears, be it flying, job interviews, change or control, is always much worse than actually facing it head on. Susan believes fear exists at three levels - the actual surface fear, the underlying deeper fear and the fear that you can't handle it. Many people develop coping strategies by reducing contact with the situation / event that causes the fear. Although it protects them and creates a feeling of safety, in actuality the fear is still there lurking beneath the surface.
Through anecdotal evidence, illustrative stories, personal guidance and practical prompts, Susan gently guides readers through the process of understanding, facing, and conquering, fears. What's good is that it isn't in the slightest bit patronising. She shows that there's no need to feel scared or embarrassed about your fear, and that it is possible to beat it. Written with passion and enthusiasm, this book will help you turn negatives into positives and put fear well and truly out of your life.