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Fear of Injury

I am not afraid of tomorrow, for I have seen yesterday and I love today.  - William Allen White

General Meaning of 'Injury'

'Injury' means any physical harm or impairment.

Fear of Injury Explained

You may have fear of getting injured or hurt. You may fear that you may sustain some physical injury. You may fear that some act or event may cause you some wound or bodily damage. You may fear that you may lose important part of your body or any natural physical function. You may fear that you m Read More..

What Probably Can Cause It

You might have some past traumatic experience of pain and suffering due to injury. You may know someone who has extreme fear of physical injury. You might know someone who was badly injured in some sports or outdoor activity. Their experience might have deeply rooted this fear into your mind. You Read More..

Possible Signs

You will avoid participating in any sports event or outdoor activity which can cause injury to you. You may show signs of confusion, sweating, worried or losing control.

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Suggested Techniques to Deal with and Manage this Fear

Fear of injury is very common in every one. You may take all kinds of safety precautions. But, accidents still happen. You must understand that we all are involved in our daily life in such a way that injuries can occur. It is absolutely unavoidable not to get cut, scratch or abrasion. We are not Read More..

Inspirational and Motivational

It’s only your courage that can defeat your fear. Bring out that courage from within. It's only your confidence that can win you the battle. Bring out the confidence from within. So long as you keep on fearing, no power in this world can save you from the agonies of the fear. Do not all Read More..

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