Living in the ‘SHADOWS’


“Anxiety (also called angst or worry is a psychological and physiological state characterized by somatic, emotional, cognitive and behavioral components. It is the displeasing feeling of fear and concern. The root meaning of the word anxiety is ‘to vex or trouble’; in either presence or absence of psychological stress, anxiety can create feelings of fear, worry, uneasiness, and dread. It is also associated with feelings of restlessness, fatigue, concentration problems, and muscle tension.”

The fear of making mistakes,  the fear of failing, the fear of not performing, fear of making a fool of yourself and/or fear of not reaching a goal are all reasons to start feeling anxious…

We are all familiar with those shadows… Those shadows which prevent us from living bravely.

We are creating our own boundries around us which keep us away from feeling real too. We keep our emotions as secret as we keep our thoughts. We may also loose our self-confidence and our motivation through actions.

Anxiety can be seen in many moment in our life such as work, school and even in our love affairs which we should not be afraid to taste.

But why?

All these worries fears and pain aren’t worth living; because we don’t have so much time to waste.

We should be free to act and to decide with no shackles.

If you feel that is real for you just do it: you can’t make a mistake on your feelings.

If you believe in yourself, you will see that you will not fail. It can take time to improve, but it won’t be a waste of time trying harder. This will be just an experiment.

You are not fool, so you just can’t making  fool of yourself at the end; you can simply call it ‘experience’.

And finally, the idea of reaching  a goal means a long way of concentration and hard working so the failure in any goal can be acceptable.



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