#3 - Roles, Expectations, and Social Conditioning Simple Courage

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The root of most of our fears relates to the roles that we think we have to play, the expectations we have for ourselves and others, the expectations others have for us, and social conditioning from our family of origin, religion, education, community and more.

If we're going to be more courageous in our lives, we need to examine not only how our own fears came about but how we're projecting our fears onto others as well.

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The root of most of our fears relates to the roles that we think we have to play, the expectations we have for ourselves and others, the expectations others have for us, and social conditioning from our family of origin, religion, education, community and more.

If we're going to be more courageous in our lives, we need to examine not only how our own fears came about but how we're projecting our fears onto others as well.

To learn more about Simple Courage® and to get insider access to free tips, workshops, pop-up parties and more, sign up for our email at www.SimpleCourage.com.

Follow us on Instagram at http://instagram.com/simplecourage