I fear for
you because you have gained their hatred.
The 2017 survey found that 53 percent of Americans fear pollution of oceans, rivers and streams; about 50 percent fear for
the quality of their drinking water; 48 percent fear climate change; and nearly 45 percent fear air pollution.
If it hadn't been anchored By the idea of embracing fear as a spiritual practice, one that requires faith and surrender in order to overcome any adversity, The Fear Project might read as a handbook for surviving fear for
At work you may fear for
your job, especially in today's uncertain economic times.
Love for God in us should be as spontaneous as the fear for
However, it should be noted that memories of pain are reconstructed and heightened over time, and match the existing level of dental fear for
most fearful patients.
Inspired by the claim of some historians that, by the twentieth century, as a result of a long term process fear for the external world was replaced by fears coming from within the individual psyche, the authors suggest that the changes they discuss may "fit into a larger Western transformation in which nineteenth-century confidence yielded to twentieth century Angst even in the cozy confines of the American middle class.
And locking up an angry child in a cupboard would instill nothing but fear for the dark in an otherwise dauntless child.
Fear for strangers or the dark was now mentioned regularly as a typical early childhood experience, which would have consequences in later stages of life, if it was not treated properly.
Along with "recipients of fear" there are "producers of fear," those people and organizations who disseminate fear for
Going to the movies after dark is a justified fear for