"The fears we don't face, become our limits." ~Robin Sharma
Have you ever thought about it that way? Until recently, I certainly hadn't.
I don't consider myself a very 'fearful' person. I usually look at obstacles as challenges to try and overcome. Big old mountain to climb? Let's go! Ocean to cross? There must be a way... Scary rock to descend? Let's find a way down. Up, over, under, around or through- there always seems to be a way. Life is an adventure and I want to experience as much as I can on my trip around the sun.
However, I, like most humans, have a few fears hiding under the bed and lurking in the dark corners of the woods. Confessions: Sky diving terrifies me, being charged by barking dogs paralyzes me and all my closest peeps know that I am a 'barfaphobic' (apparently the Google says it's even got a name lol, 'Emetophobia', so I know I'm not the only one!).