How You Can React to Your Fears in a More Productive Way
Mental health specialist and social worker Sarah Suzuki spent her life obeying her fears. Issues from childhood enhanced her need to solve problems and anticipate chaos. When a nearly fatal accident put her in the hospital, she lost the cognitive ability to organize her thoughts for a period of time; she was alone and afraid. Faced with her own feelings, she realized she had not been living a full life. In this moving talk, she explains how to thank fear for trying to protect you, embrace it and, ultimately, let it go.