How To Manage The Fear Of Change
How can you overcome the fear of doing something new? Doing something for the first time can cause some anxiety because you do not know what to expect. Here are some tips on how to reduce the fear and anxiety of doing something for the first time.
In order to reduce your stress, you need to do the activity for a few times to get a handle on things. Remember when you first learned to ride your bike. You probably fell down a few times but eventually you got the hang of it. The more you do something the more you will feel comfortable.
Remind yourself that you will learn something new when you do a certain task for the first time. There is nothing wrong with learning something new and gaining new experiences. There is always ways to improve and become a better person.
Be flexible and have an open mind. It can be tough to do something new when you do not know what to expect. Be willing to go with the flow and open your mind to learning new things. If something doesn't go according to plan do not be quick to get upset. Evaluate the situation and see what you can do to improve it.
Go at your own pace. Some people like to rush into things that can cause a lot of stress. If you are nervous on doing something new, take a few steps forward to see what happens. If everything is ok, then take some more steps. There is no hurry so take your time.
If you really get nervous, then ask a friend to join you. Doing something new with a friend will reduce your stress because you are not by yourself.stre
Everybody get nervous when encountering something new and different. Take a deep breath and take things slow. If things do not turn out right, then stop what you are doing and do something else. We all face new opportunities so do not be quick to dismiss them.
Stan Popovich is the author of “A Layman’s Guide to Managing Fear Using Psychology, Christianity and Non Resistant Methods” – an easy to read book that presents a general overview of techniques that are effective in managing persistent fears and anxieties. For additional information go to: http://www.managingfear.com/