Chapter 23 - Review: Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway
Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway by Susan Jeffers
Hate self-help but read it anyway.
Some of the basic tenets of ‘Feel the fear and do it anyway’ are sound.
And the first few chapters, devoted specifically to addressing fear, are worth reading.
I’ve just got sand in my dreamcatcher and draw the line at nonsense like the law of attraction.
Of which there is plenty in this book.
Including the half-baked notion that anger causes cancer, all negativity is evil and wrong and the usual Pollyanna rubbish about positive thinking.
It may be horseshit but horseshit has its uses — like compost.