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Why Am I Scared?

Face Your Fears and Learn to Let Them Go
Narrated by: Trish Taylor
Length: 2 hrs and 44 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (3 ratings)

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Are your tired of feeling afraid? Do you put on a good show of being confident but inside feel like a fraud? Do you feel like everyone else has it all together? Do you hide your true self?

If you wonder why you feel fearful, worried, and anxious, Trish Taylor has some answers for you. In this relatable book, she explains how your fears and anxieties are part of your programming. Even if they have been with you for a lifetime, it is still possible to let them go. Your fears were programmed in and can be released.

Learn to identify your fears around:

  • Money
  • Relationships
  • Health
  • Confidence
  • Failure
  • Loneliness

Why Am I Scared? contains honest and funny stories to inspire you. It includes a detailed solutions section with techniques to move toward your best life. Learn to tap away your fears with the powerful and therapeutic power of tapping. Discover how to see the life you want with creative visualizations and put them out into the universe with carefully designed affirmations. You will find detailed explanations and guidance on these highly effective techniques.

This book brings together the culmination of the author's experiences and learnings. Why Am I Scared? helps you to discover where these fears come from and offers practical solutions to let them go.

You do not have to continue to live in fear. Get your copy now, and start to live the fearless life you want.

©2017 Trish Taylor (P)2018 Trish Taylor

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Excellent Strategies for Dealing with Fear

I very much enjoyed this compilation of strategies for overcoming for our fears. Many of the solutions the author presented were ones I was familiar with or had at least heard of (mediation, EFT and visualization were a few mentioned techniques), but I hadn't necessarily associated them with overcoming fear and anxiety and the author did a great job showing how they can do just that. And the narration on this was excellent, authors aren't always good narrators, but Trish Taylor definitely is. It was like listening to a friend share advice they truly believed in or that had worked for them, she was conversational and heartfelt. I plan on getting the Kindle version of this so that I have a print version to reference as well as listening to this again in the future.

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Encouraging

Why Am I Scared is 90% accurate and obvious ideas about fear and motivations. It doesn't hurt to be reminded of them though. And there are occasional gems of more original insight.

The author is a delight to listen to. She narrates with such personality and conviction.

This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.

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  • Chad
  • Gilbert, AZ, United States
  • 06-10-19

Gets to the point

At just under 3 hours, this quick-hitting book gets to the point and doesnt overly drag on for any given point. I found it to be a good reminder to question my own fears, and think more about how I really should be responding to them. The author did a nice job narrating the book!

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