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It doesn’t matter who you are, what you are, where you come from.

The F word can impact anyone.

There have been so many times when I have been stopped by it.

When I have really dug deep trying to figure out what my roadblock might be, it always comes back to this.

FEAR.

As I progress in my education towards nutritional therapy and nutritional coaching, I think to the future and what this will all mean for me.

When I began, I wanted to just learn.

I wanted to learn more about the things I was passionate about.

As I get closer to the completion of my educational journey, the inner voice inside my head says ” you can do this”.

My husband says ” you can do this”

My mom says ” you can do this”

My friends say ” you can do this”

But the pit in my stomach tells me that it is scary to begin fresh.  To start a new chapter professionally.

My FEAR is so there.

FEAR is so big.  It can just completely create havoc.

Inside of myself I know that this will be awesome, but then I am left to question what the FEAR is all about.

Should I ignore it and carry on?  Should I spend a bunch of time trying to figure out what exactly I am afraid of?  

Or is it just my inner child that again ( like when I began this blog) is afraid to put myself out there, to be vulnerable.  FEAR of rejection…

FEAR is so powerful.

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What do you think about the F word?  Is it just doubt in ourselves?  Or is it something to really listen to and change course?

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