Fear Chart

Fear Chart
Publisher: Positive Turn Life Tools
Publication Year: 2004
This Positive Turn Life Tool joins the evidence-based counseling strategy called "cognitive therapy" with the wisdom of Hebrew Proverbs to give users effective ways to overcome FEAR. The eight situations that contribute to FEAR are: Others' Opinions, "I won't get through this," The Future, Looking Like a Failure, Possible Danger, My Family's Safety, Disaster, Poverty and Want. The attitudes that contribute to FEAR are: Hard-heartedness, Secrecy, Cluelessness and Shallowness, Temptations, Indecision, Reluctant to Admit Fears, Guilt, Disreputableness. Turn the dial and discover cognitive solutions to these sixteen kinds of FEAR complete with a Hebraic Proverb for each.
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