2. Three Legitimate Fears and How They Became Fears

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The wording of this next thing bugs me.  What makes a legitimate fear vs a non legitimate fear.  Some people might not think my fears have any basis at all… That’s really none of their business.  I guess I’m digressing.  Back to the topic at hand!

1.  Needles.  Not shots, needles.  Like IV’s.  (I don’t like shots that much either, but who does.)  It’s not even cause they hurt.  It’s because you can feel them in your skin.  They’re not supposed to be there.  It just gives me the heebie jeebies.  My skin is crawling to write this.  I have had this fear as long as I can remember. 

2.  Driving with my baby in the car.  It’s not a debilitating fear, but still causes me a lot of worry.  How did this become a fear, well I have a baby, and people are crazy!

3. Ending up alone.  Need I say more?

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About stepheniejones

I'm currently an advisor in the College of Education at Texas Tech. I have a sweet baby girl named Aubree. I'm currently getting my Master's in Counselor Education with an emphasis on Community Counseling. I feel really called to be a counselor. I'm really excited! I enjoy reading, crocheting, good music, and good friends.

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