Fear

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Fear - Definitions


Both fear and anxiety are provoked by danger. Fear is the response to a specific and immediate danger. Anxiety results from a non-specific concern or threat. Today many threats are psychological rather than physical, but the same primitive impulse often takes hold.


Definitions

1. Imminent danger,
2. Personal security or pain is threatened,
-. Concern for a future specific unpleasant event,
-. Perceived loss of safety.

Root: from Old English far, danger, sudden calamity.

Fear describes a specific and sudden danger to your physical well-being. When fear passes, we feel relief and often exhilaration. Our emotional brains react immediately to defend against a possible threat, then later we can comprehend the situation more fully and decide on the best action to take.

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