48 - TECHNIQUES FOR OVERCOMING FEAR
Submitted by Dr. Robert F. Lane on
Theodore Roosevelt wrote in his diary during his trips into the wilderness, "There were all kinds of things of which I was afraid, but by acting as if I was not afraid, I gradually ceased to be afraid." This is effective, but it takes forcefully averting one's mind from frightening thoughts. But it is works provided it is only an act for temporary survival and not a disguise for denial..