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DO THE THING YOU FEAR

By Henry C. Link, Ph.D.
"Inferiority complexes are seldom more than senseless timidities that rob courage, sap ambition and retard enterprise"
Director of the Psychological Service Center, New York City, and author of "The Return to Religion"

It is with some hesitancy that I write on the subject of fears because, unquestionably, many of the fears from which people now suffer are due to the voluminous writings on this subject. I wish, for example, that the term inferiority complex had never been printed, because then millions of people would not even know they had an inferiority complex. There would be one less idea for them to fear.
Most fears are actually generated by too much reading, thinking and talking. They do not, as a rule, just happen. We nurse them and feed them until, from an inconsequential trifle, they have grown to monstrous proportions. The mother who avidly reads the extensive literature on bringing up children becomes increasingly fearful of how to deal with them, and well she may. The young woman too fussy about her appearance soon worries too much over what people will think of her. Groups of people who learnedly discuss the state of the country often turn pessimism into fear.
Before me as I write is a letter from a young woman, beginning: "Ever since I was 16 years old I have been afraid to converse in a strange group." The letter goes on to enumerate other fears-fear of her employer, fear of losing her job, a fear of men, fear of driving a car, fear to make a report at a girls' club, and others to the total of i r. All of them are fears experienced by millions of people. In almost every case, the result of these fears is the same-a sort of creeping paralysis, a feeling of misery, of suffocation, of panic, of defeat.

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