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Mens fear

If girls are afraid of darkness, big dogs, mice and spiders, then the man is not up to her face. Yes, there is no real man, if you remember all stereotypes, there’s nothing to be afraid of. And how to do it, when around the end of the world come on, natural disasters overflow, and my beloved began to look…

Fear in native son

“Native son” is a famously known novel written by the American author, Richard Wright. It tells the story of 20-year-old Bigger Thomas, an African American youth living in utter poverty in a poor area on Chicago’s south side in a rundown apartment with his family during the 1940s. Fear is one of the most important themes shown in the novel.…

Fear

Being human may seem difficult since we’re always driven by fear to act irrational, expecting others to take the blame for our mistakes. Fear is a normal part of life in which it is the only thing that we are not truly capable of guarding ourselves against. This unpleasant feeling often cripples us to the point of no return, in…

Fear and anger

One must remember to obey the rules of emotionality, which are used to specify the type and intensity of feelings considered to be appropriate and socially acceptable within particular circumstances, from both the perspective of the person concerned and the other partakers. The system of emotionality rules is diversified when it comes to its social structure; the rules vary precisely…

Fear of feeling

Let’s face it. We’re all a bit intimidated by emotions. When we’re very young, we’re entirely at their mercy. Because our brain isn’t fully developed in childhood, especially our frontal lobes, the capacity for judgment and the ability to self- soothe are beyond our grasp. These capacities expand as we grow. In fact, experts say that our frontal lobes don’t…

Should we fear a.I

Should we fear the rise of A.I? Although it is not a big part of our lives, most of us use artificial intelligence every day without realising it. Artificial intelligence can be something as small as Siri telling you the time, to something as mind-blowing as a robot having a conversation with you. As technology is advancing, there are new…

The excuse of fear

Fear is a sentiment which it can act double sided for a lot of reasons. While it can guide a person towards very threatening situations, it also may obstruct another person’s expected escape. For the main character Eveline in James Joyce’s “Eveline”, terror and fear is Eveline’s overruling commander. Although Eveline realizes her exposed life and wishes to be more…

Conquering the enemy called fear

Being instinct creatures means we have some sets of wired instructions in our brains that helps us make decisions on when to attack and when to run in defence. This is largely backed by two factors; fear and reward, we attack with the hope that there will be a kill – hence a reward, and we run because we are…

Are you solely responsible for your own fears and limitations?

Fear is an unpleasant emotion which is caused by someone or something that is dangerous to us. Fear causes by panicking, distress, pain, threat and anxiety. Fear has two meanings (1) Forget Everything and run or (2) face everything and rise. Fear can cause someone to become paranoid. Fear is real and can control a person’s mind. Fear can paralyze…

Fear of driving

As a young teen, one of our greatest moments growing up is learning how to drive. Driving is a rite of passage that signifies freedom through the ability of being able to maneuver a vehicle and get from one point to another. Learning to drive is considered a life skill because its associated with living a better quality of life,…

The necessity of thank to fear

Yes, when talking scared. me, you, and we all must have met various forms of fear in this life. I think the number is no longer counted. Tens of thousands or even millions of times throughout our time, alternating like day and night. Like graphs, fluctuations up and down. In the past, when we were at school, for example, we…

Overcoming fear

I was just learning how to walk when my fear of dogs began. I was a little over a year old and playing on my front lawn with my parents, stumbling between the two of them, when out of no where a large dog came running up to me to play, it had gotten loose of its owner and knocked…

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