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What I don't know, however, God did not give us the Spirit of fear and I'm living on His promises!
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9/4/13 10:17 P
My impending lumpectomy.
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9/4/13 9:52 P
My fear is that I will always be this way and never get to see the me I have always imagined being!
9/4/13 8:49 P
I am afraid of dying and not existing anymore in any way, shape or form. I am also afraid of being like my mother and losing the respect and love of my children.
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9/4/13 7:58 P
That I will not loose the pouch on my lower belly.
9/4/13 6:55 P
Me too ! The wait is killing!
I wish I had a better answer but it basically boils down to the fact that we always expect the worse .... and most of the time, it isn't worse the anxiety!
9/4/13 6:39 P
See! Look at all of us ! we are all afraid of something..
Sometimes it is justified, sometimes it is just mundane , sometimes we are chasing after our own tail, and most of the time, we are just looking for a friend, who is going to share our anxieties and ease them by simple understanding.!
To all of you , who have answered this thread, I have a suggestion: Find your "kindred spirit", from all the former answers, bare your soul as to why you are afraid of that particular fear and solve it together. What is that english saying: "A friend in need, is a friend indeed ( or is it a friend In deed)? There are no fears, which cannot be blown to naught !
One more of my own: I am dead scared of...... obscurity...and I know why/!
9/4/13 5:42 P
heights - if I haven't got something solid to stand on.
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9/4/13 12:39 P
What the surgeon will say today.
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3,293 9/4/13 12:06 P
Pretty much nothing. I've survived an aneurysm and three brain surgeries--it's hard to really be afraid of anything after that.
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9/4/13 11:55 A
BLEGNER11, I am so sorry and I totally understand. I lost my husband 5 years ago to esophageal cancer.
Edited by: WLIBERTY at: 9/4/2013 (11:56)
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9/4/13 11:51 A
I don't know if I would call it fear, but more dread. I dread what I know lies ahead with my hubby in his fight against cancer especially since his options of treatment are becoming less in number all the time.
9/4/13 11:45 A
Not truly embracing all that life has to offer, due to my weight.
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