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Looking at Fear in a Different Perspective by Carolyn Webb

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“Why Cross-Currents?” by Carolyn Webb
“Why Cross-Currents?” by Carolyn Webb

“Fear nothing.” “The only thing you have to fear is fear itself.”“Everything you want is on the other side of fear.” We have heard these adages over and over, like fear is some kind of pest that we need to get rid of immediately. Suggesting that feeling fear is a form of weakness.  Implying that fear is the enemy. But science would argue otherwise.
Fear is hardwired in our brain for a good and practical reason; Survival. Death was a constant threat to our ancestors, and survival was at the top of the priority list. Our ancestors had to survive harsh climates, predatory animals and rival tribes. Truth be told being afraid is a sign of a normal and healthy brain.
But it should not follow that we should allow fear to manipulate our actions and decisions in life. Fear, if used correctly, can be used as a tool and a guiding post in helping us form informed decisions.
The book “Why Cross-Currents?” offers valuable insights on our deep-seated fears, it’s effects and the challenges of facing it. While the main plot is Jennifer’s journey in finding meaning and hope again after a messy, heartbreaking divorce, identifying and facing her fears is also an integral part of the story.
The author Carolyn Webb is no stranger in facing fears. She took several years of Kayak lessons from no less than the Olympic Whitewater Team, braving strong, and sometimes, treacherous river currents. While the book does not give steps on how to face your fears, what it offers or suggest is we try looking fear at a different perspective. A new perspective that just might change your life.
Why Cross-Currents?
By Carolyn Webb
Published by: VHawk Solutions
Paperback: $ 9.75
Hardcover: $ 16.95
eBook: $ 2.95
About the Author
Working as a legal secretary for her husband, the author Carolyn Webb is no stranger to divorce Narratives. Having exclusive access to her husband’s client’s heartbreaking stories she decided to write a book about it. Centered more on the main character’s personal and emotional growth and not focusing on blaming parties, this book is grounded on reality to which everyone, to a certain degree, can personally relate.
Carolyn Webb considers some of her personal life experience as exceptionally fun, while some have been difficult, leading her toward the process of discovering essential answers. With this, she wanted to share what she has learned as she writes, “Cross Currents is a romantic novel about gaining maturity, facing the unexpected changes in one’s life, and falling in love.”
“Many people deal with life issues presented in this novel. Many do not have the time or situations to examine the answers as well. It deals with both the sweet and difficult truths about life. It is also about finding the joy and beauty of being on a river. It explains life changes and love.”

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