5 Categories of Everyday Fear
Excerpt taken from Faith, Fear and a Fistful of Chocolate by Debora Coty ©2013 Barbour Publishing
Now I realize that fear is a deep well, and I’m not a professional well driller. But I am a deft (some might say daft) bucket-dipper, and I’ve worked closely with the side effects of fear during my three decades as a health-care professional. I’ve learned a few things through study and observation.
There are as many different fears as there are belly buttons in this world; but for the sake of simplicity, I’ve grouped common fears women face into five basic categories, all beginning with the letter S (we’ll be referring back to these later):
Debora M. Coty is a popular speaker, columnist, internationally published writer, and award-winning author or coauthor of dozens of books. Learn more about Debora Coty and her books here. Readers can also keep up with her via Facebook and Twitter.
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