Lest we Forget!
What is the true meaning of fear?
Fear is a natural, powerful, and primitive human emotion. ... Fear alerts us to the presence of danger or the threat of harm, whether that danger is physical or psychological. Sometimes fear stems from real threats, but it can also originate from imagined dangers
What is the root cause of fear?
Whether it's clowns, air travel, or public speaking, mostly we learn to be afraid. Even so, our brains are hardwired for fear — it helps us identify and avoid threats to our safety. The key node in our fear wiring is the amygdala, a paired, almond-shaped structure deep within the brain involved in emotion and memory.
Feeling safe, stable, and secure is fundamental to our wellbeing. Feeling Inner Safety means feeling that we are safe of not being harmed mentally or physically. When we feel safe, we find it easier to reach peace-of-mind and focus on the present. When we feel safe, the present comes alive.
Changing the subject I am reading a most romantic novel of a lady being swept up by her companion who will make her feel safe. My friend said if you want to feel really safe get a dog.
Ashley I do erotica but read romance xx