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Joy from Fear by Carla Marie Manly

Title Joy from Fear
Author Carla Marie Manly
Publisher Familius
Release 2019
Category Psychology
Total Pages 350
ISBN 9781641701211
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In her enlightening book Joy From Fear, clinical psychologist Dr. Carla Marie Manly explains that fear is not the enemy we thought it was; fear, when faced with awareness, is the powerful ally and best friend we all need.

Fear by Albert G. Forgione

Title Fear
Author Albert G. Forgione
Publisher Van Nostrand Reinhold Company
Release 1978
Category Fear
Total Pages 175
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Fear by Kate Hebblethwaite

Title Fear
Author Kate Hebblethwaite
Publisher Four Courts PressLtd
Release 2007
Category Psychology
Total Pages 235
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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Fear: Aspects of an emotion examines the effect of fear on the human experience and the ways in which its manifestation has shaped the creative and social imagination. Contents include: Frank Furedi (U Kent), Our culture of fear --- Ian Haywood (Roehampton University), The Irish rebellion of 1798 and tropes of violence --- E. McCarthy (TCD), AmericanÃ?Â?Ã?Â?ad culture and war propaganda --- John-Paul Colgan (TCD), The politics of fear and ethics of representing 9/11 --- Bill DurodiÃ?Â?Ã?Â] (Cranfield U), Lessons from the Blitz and other disasters --- Darryl Jones (TCD), The fiction of the American neo-Nazi movement --- Amanda Piesse (TCD), Childhood fears and children's literature --- Gary O'Reilly (UCD), Anxiety disorders in childhood and the therapeutic use of stories --- Sir Christoper Frayling (Royal College of Art), 'TheÃ?Â?Ã?Â?Nightmare': Fuseli to Frankenstein and beyond --- K. Hebblethwaite (TCD), Debunking the legend of Leap --- Bernice Murphy (TCD), Why horror films aren't scary anymore

Overcoming the Fear of Fear by Sherry Stewart

Title Overcoming the Fear of Fear
Author Sherry Stewart
Publisher New Harbinger Publications
Release 2007-05-01
Category Self-Help
Total Pages 216
ISBN 1608825353
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Anxiety isn't all in your head. When you feel nervous, symptoms such as chills, sweating, heart palpitations, and shaking can affect your whole body. If you worry that others notice these anxiety symptoms or fear that they could be harmful to your health, you may have anxiety sensitivity. Anxiety sensitivity is the fear of anxiety-related sensations, a condition that affects approximately 16 percent of the population. People with high anxiety sensitivity often fear these bodily sensations even more than the situation that caused their anxiety in the first place. This fear of fear can lead them to avoid activities that might trigger their symptoms, and can cause other mental and physical problems down the road. Overcoming the Fear of Fear provides you with all the tools you need to stop fearing your anxiety symptoms for good. You'll learn to use cognitive behavioral techniques that have been proven effective for people with anxiety sensitivity. These techniques can help you reduce your anxiety sensitivity, prevent recurrence of panic attacks, and start living without fear.

Redefining F E A R by Karen Evenson

Title Redefining F E A R
Author Karen Evenson
Publisher
Release 2004
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 144
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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Maximize Limited Resources with Unlimited Ideas Tired of wasted time, money, and effort? Whether you're managing a team of three or leading a business of three thousand, problems with low morale, decreased productivity, ineffective communication, time consuming re-work, and lack of creative problem solving are a reality. When limited success and repetition replace progress in your organization, decisions based on fear are often to blame. Embark on a journey through the mythical Kingdom of Kaos where business consultant and leadership expert Karen Evenson helps you master four critical leadership practices by Redefining F.E.A.R. Focus on and facilitate a culture that is open to change and emphasizes creative thinking. Empower and encourage your people to take initiative in collaborative problem solving. Assess and act on the ideas. Recognize and reward your people.

Psychology of Fear by Paul L. Gower

Title Psychology of Fear
Author Paul L. Gower
Publisher Nova Science Pub Incorporated
Release 2004
Category Psychology
Total Pages 231
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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Fear is a normal human emotional reaction -- it is a built-in survival mechanism with which we are all equipped. Fear is a reaction to danger that involves both the mind and body. It serves a protective purpose -- signalling us of danger and preparing us to deal with it. The major components of fear are sensations, feelings, cognitions and behaviours. Fear can be individual or collective such as expressed in the national fear in the United States related to terrorism. The Washington DC sniper attacks caused widespread fear in a large geographic region far out of proportion to the real danger. Individuals must cope with fear on a daily basis in a myriad of forms: financial fears, health fears, relationship conflict fears, dental appointments, fears about the future etc. This new book collects important research which helps shed light on important issues in this field which touches all of us each day.

Fear Not by Carter Conlon

Title Fear Not
Author Carter Conlon
Publisher Baker Books
Release 2012-09-01
Category Religion
Total Pages 176
ISBN 1441266070
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In these uncertain times, will we be gripped by fear, or will we understand how to truly live in the freedom of God's command to "fear not"? Pastor Carter Conlon exposes the tactics of Satan, who attempts to wield his weapon of fear, as well as the destructive outcomes of a life led by fear. Then, through biblical and practical examples, Conlon reveals that God offers His people a different spirit--one of power, love, and a sound mind. This is fully realized as we choose to follow God, face our enemies in God's power, and allow God's love for us to be manifested in a love for one another. It is this perfect love that will cast out all fear.

Fear by Michael Patrick Leahy

Title Fear
Author Michael Patrick Leahy
Publisher
Release 1948
Category Fear
Total Pages 165
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title Reconnaissance Geology of the Inner Continental Shelf Cape Fear Region North Carolina
Author Edward P. Meisburger
Publisher
Release 1979
Category Continental shelf
Total Pages 135
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The Inner Continental Shelf off the North Carolina coast between the South Carolina border and Cape Lookout, North Carolina, was surveyed to obtain information on bottom and subbottom sediment deposits and structures. The location and the extent of deposits of sand suitable for restoration and nourishment of nearby beaches were investigated. Primary survey coverage consisted of 824 kilometers (445 nautical miles) of seismic reflection survey and 139 cores ranging in length from 0.6 to 6.1 meters (2 to 20 feet). More than half of the area surveyed is underlain by two thick sections of Coastal Plain sediments characterized by seaward-dipping progradational internal beds which generate a characteristic acoustic pattern on seismic reflection records. These beds are exposed on the shelf floor in places and elsewhere are covered by a thin sediment blanket. Samples of these extensive units indicate that one is of Cretaceous age and the other of Oligocene age. Both units consist predominantly of fine quartz sand. Other sediment units closely underlying the shelf floor consist of planar-to complex-bedded sheet and channel-fill deposits of predominantly quartz sand or biogenic calcium carbonate. These deposits range in age from Eocene to Holocene. Modern sediment accretion on the inner shelf appears to be largely restricted to the shoal fields off Cape Lookout and Cape Fear, and to inlet shoals along the coast.