of wasting too much time.
Thanks Anon! I love running this blog because I’m endlessly amazed at how such a simple thing as letting people have a place to put their fears makes a world of difference. We make fears so taboo and hide them away, when really, we all have them. We’re all scared. Admitting the fears and sharing them is the first step to not letting them control us.
I’m scared to fall in love with a girl because my dad isn’t going to like it since I’m a girl.
Hello my lovely followers!
I have a question for everyone. Along with running the actual box and this blog, I’ve been doing an extensive amount of research on fear in general. Like how our brain handles and creates fear, why we fear certain things, what happens to people who lack all fear, and how media and governments in the 21st century use fear.
So far I’ve been keeping all this madness off the blog to keep it clean and simple. But are you guys interested in hearing more academic stuff (in simple terms I promise. I’m a design major at heart) on fear, or do you want it to still be just fears and drawings?
Please let me know in the replies or my inbox!
Like a quote or phrase that you tell yourself over and over again to keep yourself brave?
Mine’s that First Aid Kit quote “I’m a goddamn coward, but then again so are you.” It helps me admit how scared I am, but remember that everyone else is too. And that makes it okay.
Share your own!
I fear that I will never do anything that will make a significant difference to people, and I will never discover what is out there waiting. I fear being lost in a common life with a common schedule; wasting my time on this earth.