You don’t have to Suffer from Atychiphobia, the Fear of Failure


You don’t have to choose to suffer from Atychiphobia, which is the abnormal, unwarranted and persistent fear of failure. Fear of failing is a phobia that develops in the subconscious mind brought on by some trauma that has caused you to see any options to move forward as risk that may result in unwanted results.

Failing at something can bring on deeply rooted fears if you are not strong enough to pump yourself up to get up and keep moving. The fear of failure, fear of making mistakes, fear of loss, fear of success, fear of what others may think, or fear of not being enough can all trigger subconscious thoughts of not being successful in your attempts to the point of stagnation. … read the full message.

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Failure is a step on the ladder of success - Dr. Diva VerdunFailing at something can bring on deeply rooted fears if you are not strong enough to pump yourself up to get up and keep moving. The fear of failure, fear of making mistakes, fear of loss, fear of success, fear of what others may think, or fear of not being enough can all trigger subconscious thoughts of not being successful in your attempts to the point of stagnation.

You don’t have to choose to suffer from Atychiphobia, which is the abnormal, unwarranted and persistent fear of failure. Fear of failing is a phobia that develops in the subconscious mind brought on by some trauma that has caused you to see any options to move forward as risk that may result in unwanted results.

Allowing the fear of failure, or Atychiphobia to take control of your subconscious mind means you have allowed it to unconsciously undermine any efforts and options that…

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