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Unit 26 :




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free to talk 26

Fear is an emotion induced by perceived danger or threat, which causes physiological changes and ultimately behavioral changes such as fleeing, hiding, or freezing from perceived traumatic events.

Are there any things that you are scared at? Share it!

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4 Practical Tips

1.Learn about the thing you fear. Uncertainty is a huge component of fear: Developing an understanding of what you’re afraid of goes a long way toward erasing that fear.

2.Train. If there’s something you’re afraid to try because it seems scary or difficult, start small and work in steps. Slowly building familiarity with a scary subject makes it more manageable.

3.Find someone who is not afraid. If there’s something you’re afraid of, find someone who is not afraid of that thing and spend time with that person. Take her along when you try to conquer your fear — it’ll be much easier.

4.Seek help. Fear is not a simple emotion. If you’re having trouble overcoming your fear on your own, find a professional to help you. There are lots of treatments for fear out there, and no good reason not to try them under the guidance of someone with training and experience.

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Share your ideas with your tutor by answering the questions.

1.Are you afraid to die? Why?

2.Are you afraid of getting old? Why?

3.How do you react when you see something frightening?

4.What is your biggest fear in life? Are you afraid that it might come true?

5.Do you ever have nightmares?

6.Have you overcome any of your fears?