A great question came up in the #dating-and-relationship-courage thread recently
What is the difference between physical attraction and objectification? Because people always say they don’t like being objectified, but finding someone aesthetically pleasing is natural, right?
I recently received a compliment from a student that prompted me to write the following response. After I had written it I thought it would be good to share with you all so you can see my vision for the community and help me continue to craft it with you.
The student wrote:
A quick review of your community here...
I still get a pang of fear before I sit down to do ANYTHING I deeply care about. Anything that I think has serious consequences, or any time where I really want to do my best.
And for someone like me that's done years of courage coaching and pushing my comfort zone, I actually wish the fear would show up SOONER!
You see, the fear doesn't really hit me until I finally force myself to sit down and do the work. And as soon as it does, I recognize it for what it is and my good habits of "following the fear" take over and I push past the negative feelings and get to work.
But up until that point, the fear tricks me...