Conventional wisdom suggests that naming your fears will help you to conquer them. While I have few remaining vestiges of the mental health trauma I experienced after the accident, I have discovered that I have developed a fear of enclosed spaces. Specifically – I have a fear of long underwater tunnels. I discovered this fear, Read More
Terror strikes. Again. And again. NYC, Beirut, Paris, Nigeria. The list grows. My children ask – why? I don’t know what to tell them. “We’re safe. You’re safe.” I don’t know if it’s a promise I can keep. But I have to try. This is my eighteenth entry to NaBloPoMo, NaNoPoblano and YeahWriteMe’s NoMo challenge. Follow Live by Surprise on Twitter, Google+, Facebook, Pinterest and Bloglovin.
See larger image The Opposite of Worry: The Playful Parenting Approach to Childhood Anxieties and Fears New From: $9.98 USD In Stock What was your biggest fear as a child? Do you still have it today? If it went away, when did your feelings change? Today I’m taking my daughter to do the thing that Read More