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Fear of Steep slopes

It does not matter how slowly you go, as long as you do not stop. - Confucius  

General Meaning of 'Steep slopes'

'Steep slope' means a sharply angled surface which is difficult to climb.

Fear of Steep slopes Explained

You may fear to climb on the steep slopes. You may even fear to come down on a steep slope. You may be frightened by looking at the steep slopes. You would think that it is impossible to climb on or coming down from the steep slopes. You may fear to drive your vehicle on a steep slope. You may fe Read More..

What Probably Can Cause It

You might have fallen from the steep slope, when you were younger. You might have slipped or fell on steep slope. You might have seen someone struggling to reach the top of the steep slope due to the shortness of the breath. You might have seen people falling down on the steep slope and getting i Read More..

Possible Signs

You would not go to those places, where you may have to climb on the steep slopes. You would feel entrapped, restricted or losing your footing. You would avoid hiking. You may show the signs of sweating, dizziness, headaches, shortness of breath or shouting for help. 

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Suggested Techniques to Deal with and Manage this Fear

Fearing would take you nowhere. You must first recognize that you have this fear. Then, you must have firm determination to deal with this fear. Your own commitment and dedication can address and manage this fear very effectively. There are many daring hikers who climb on the steep slopes to reac Read More..

Inspirational and Motivational

Be a good leader. Communicate clearly. Keep the big picture in mind. Think in totality. Make people ready to get on board with your plan. Don't worry, if you have to insult their intelligence. Draw them a clear picture and convey your expectations. Don't hold back, when you are handing ou Read More..

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