Fear and relationship

                                                       

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When it comes to love, relationship or just  friendship fear is expressed or shared at some point  weather it is personal fear, fear of losing, lock of communication, hidden  letter, phone call,  fear itself  can be feared.  Fear can cause a breakdown of communication in itself, causes arguments, fights, some can be solved for the short spanned and there are those that never goes away. Fear can tear people apart leaving a feeling of confusion, exhaustion, even broken. We tend to push our fears aside causing depression, stress, hurt , all impending danger and pain.  When fear returns, we more then  just  panicked , get scared, we become terrified, it comes armed and ready to fight ready for war!.

This is often found in a committed relationship or a marriage. These are and can be brought forward from  previous relationships, as to what has and can happen in the present . when it comes to love, romance or just sex feeling such as doubt, rejection, anger, frustration, confusion jealousy, fear will occur it can either be the gas to the fire of love making it stronger or the water that makes that same life dyes.  

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  1. Identifying your fears.                  
  2. Sharing your fears,
  3. Finding and understanding your partners fear

Talk about you fear  when it occur  give the conversation 30 minute or less to fix and move on . This is all a part of life’s process  it challenges our ability to have compassion, forgiveness, release  acceptance and most of all try to be selfless . don’t let fear take control, don’t  let fear be the reason for your relationship to fail. Why let fear run the show?

make a choice, will you let you fears kill your relationship?  

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my name is Bridjet Stanley. i am a realize, i love reading writing,a good conversation about real life issues on a everyday bases, my favorite author is K. Sean Harris. i am a Jamaican birth and bread, i love life, peoples person. love long walk, travelling ,river side cooking. a good conversation, no matter the topic, i can have it. i think everyone is allowed to their views, just i am. oh i should say thing, freedom of speaks isn't so frees, but every man as the right to be heard. my post are about the uncut trust, all i intend to do, is tell it like it is.
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4 Responses to Fear and relationship

  1. angelique says:

    Fear is a disease. Crippling to the human mind and its functions. Fear does damage relationships, and if not dealt with at the beginning to stagnate our own personal and interpersonal growth. The truth is, as you say we all need to deal with the source and cause of our fears. Many of us, like myself suffer from the baggage we carry around from past hurt, pain, rejection and abuse; this affects the level of trust and comfort we put in our relationships/friendships. We have this fear of letting go and giving others a chance because we were “once bittten twice shy”. I think we all as potential partners, male or female, should get ready for the moment to discuss our fears.

  2. SmorieLorrie says:

    I totally agree too. Fear kept me paralyzed in my marriage. One of the things I promised myself after it was over was that I would find a man that I could be completely honest with and have great communication with. I believe I have and it feels like we’ve lived a lifetime already just through words. Great post!

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