I wish I could draw. I would draw what my fears look like. Wait, I bet the internet has an answer. I'll be right back. Nope, just a bunch of cheesy motivational posters. I guess this one will have to do. Anyway, I see my fears as a big amorphous blob. If I don't face them and do what scares me, the blob gets bigger and bigger until it surrounds me and swallows me whole. I guess what I'm saying is that it starts out like a small blob, but it can grow out of all proportion if I don't address it. Making an appointment to get my haircut? Just a speck of dust. But then I put it off again and again and it goes from a speck of dust to a small pebble to a larger rock and finally it looks like a boulder. So imagine that instead of a small speck of dust, my fear started out pebble sized, or even boulder sized. You can see my problem. The interesting thing though is that it is all related. If I deal with that speck of dust, the boulder sized fear also gets smaller. If I address the boulder? Well, I could pretty much do anything. You know what some of my greatest fears are about? Expressing myself, letting people see my fears and my vulnerability. Imagine if I put it all out there and nothing bad happened.