The Feeling You Are Afraid to Feel is Running Your Life.

The feeling you are afraid to feel is running your life. - Rhonda Britten

The feeling you are afraid to feel is running your life. – Rhonda Britten

Do you know how you feel right now? How about now? And now?

When fear is running the show, feelings can be dangerous.

Most people either feel TOO MUCH or barely feel at all. And I’d say a good majority of the population can’t even identify what they feel unless it’s BIG like anger, depression or happiness. It’s harder to notice the subtle feelings of sadness, grief, satisfied, contentment, uneasiness…

Feelings are the energy within and unless you can identify your feelings and know how to process them, fear will have you feel what works for fear.

And that, my dear friend, never works in your favor.

Get to know your feelings. Be present to them moving through you. Love each and every one because the feeling you refuse to feel IS running your life.

The Foundation of It all

In her groundbreaking seminal work, Rhonda Britten shows you how to master the emotional fears that keep you stuck in old cycles. Fearless Living is the foundation for all of Rhonda’s work, and it gives you an overview of her philosophies on how fear can take your life captive.

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By Rhonda Britten

Rhonda, voted America’s Favorite Life Coach is here to help you get unstuck. “Everyone needs Fearless Living”- Oprah Winfrey With her acclaimed method called Fearless Living, Rhonda Britten has helped thousands of people let go of indecision, gain clarity of purpose, and take life-changing risks. Her work exposes the roots of fear and gives you the tools to move beyond that insidious universal feeling of “not being good enough.” The result is unstoppable confidence and a world of unlimited possibilities.

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