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Fear vs Worry vs An...

Fear vs Worry vs Anxiety  


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05/04/2019 10:59 am  

Is there a difference between Fear, Worry and Anxiety? 

Is making a distinction useful? 

What does this have to do with our Shadow?

What do you think?


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10/04/2019 8:08 pm  

This is one of my Anxiety "zombies" or complexes. It's not quite shadow as I know it well. But shadow in the sense of an aspect I really wish I didn't have. Hard to love this guy, but it's just trying to do a job and got caught in an over-functioning loop.

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