Written by Stan Popovich

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At times, a person might encounter a fearful thought that may be difficult to manage. When this happens, visualize a red stop sign, which can serve as a reminder to stop thinking about that thought. Regardless of how scaryrepparttar thought may be, do not dwell on it. This technique is good in dealing with obsessive and scary thoughts.

Sometimes, it helps to be able to talk to someone about our stressful situations. Talking to a trusted friend, counselor, or clergyman can not only make us feel better, but they can give you additional advice and insights on how to deal with your current problem. Managing your fears and anxieties takes practice. In time, you will become better able to deal with your stressful problems.

As a layman, I have over fifteen years of experience in dealing with fear and anxiety. At times, my fears hadrepparttar 148362 best of me, however I never gave up and I was always determined to findrepparttar 148363 answers to my problems. Regardless of how difficult it may be to manage your fears and anxieties,repparttar 148364 answers are out there if you look hard enough.

Stan Popovich is the author of "A Layman's Guide to Managing Fear Using Psychology, Christianity and Non Resistant Methods” - an easy to read book that presents a general overview of techniques that are effective in managing persistent fears and anxieties. For additional information go to: http://www.trebleheartbooks.com/mvStanPopovich.html For free articles on managing fear please go to: http://www.managingfear.com/

Disabilitys stuttering

Written by Stephen Hill

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saying "She won't want to know you. You have a stutter and when you start talking she will hear it. Do you really think she will want to date somebody who has a stutter? Even if she is interested, you then have to possibly meet her friends and family. How will they find you and treat you, when they realise you have a stutter?" These demons would make me think twice and more often than not I would not even bother going over and talking torepparttar person. I would therefore letrepparttar 148361 demons win. This is one example of thousands whererepparttar 148362 stutter handicaps your ability to live a normal life. This is why I believe stuttering is a disability. Stephen Hill

Stephen Hill runs a speech centre in Birmingham called The How To Stop Stammering Centre. He has a website at http://www.stutter-stuttering.com.

Stephen Hill has overcome a stutter and now helps other people to achieve fluency. He has a website at http://www.stuttering-help.co.uk

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