Fear can sometimes limit us . . .
. . . and often, one of the last things we want to do is confront what scares us the most.
For Kelly McGonigal, PhD it felt like avoiding her biggest fear was only helping to reinforce it.
But when she started using mindfulness practice just a little bit differently, she was finally able to face it and move beyond it.
Have a look at how Kelly did it, and why her technique could work for you.
Click on the video below to check it out – it’s only 4 minutes.
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How have you used mindfulness to help clients face their fears or cope with anxiety? Please share your response below.