©2018 by Armand Egidi. Proudly created with Wix.com

Face Everything And Rise

November 20, 2018

When I was growing up I had a Mom who helped me to have courage and to ignore fear.  Of course I couldn't help but to be in fear at times over all those years.  I called my fear the what if wheel.  I would think what if that happens or what if this happens.  I used fear as a motivator to get homework done at the last minute.  When I was active in my addiction with drugs and alcohol I would stir up fear in me so I would have something to "medicate".   Before I learned how to look at fear I would process fear as Future Events Appear Real or False Evidence Appears Real.  

In recovery over the years I have been educated on how to look at fear differently.  FEAR= Face Everything And Recover and Face Everything And Rise.  Recalibrating the way I look at fear has helped me to have a better quality of life.  Fear to me is immobilizing.  It has me stand in one spot afraid to move forward and in all reality I start to move backward.  I work rather on staying in what can I do about the problem/issue/hurdle in front of me.   At times waiting to do something about something can fit too.  It's taking positive action when appropriate.  Things always work themselves out and I can be a part of making that easier rather then working against it. 

 

 

Please reload

Our Recent Posts

We change lives.

December 9, 2018

What, when and how do we pray?

December 8, 2018

Gardian Angels Vs. Guides

December 7, 2018

1/1
Please reload

Tags

Please reload