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10 Things I Feared Most Growing Up
By Blondie Clayton
Friday, December 23, 2011

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Facing your fears and getting control of your future.

 
 
10 Things I Feared Most Growing Up

    1.   

Touch

    2.   

Kisses

    3.   

Adults

    4.   

My peers

    5.   

The Dark

    6.   

Control

    7.   

Learning Disability Exposed

    8.   

Having a child and not married

    9.   

Speaking publicly

  10.   

Exposure

I spent a number of years living in fear of men, women, things and stuff.

“I sought the LORD, and he answered me; he delivered me from all my fears.” (Psalm 34:4).

The choice is yours: to keep on being fearful, letting fear control you, or deciding to take charge. Nothing else I attempted could remove the fear permanently but today it is gone. I am no longer trapped.  

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