Would you rather relive the same day for 365 days or lose a year of your life?
Relive the same day for 365 days
Would you rather be beautiful but stupid or intelligent but ugly?
Would you rather have an unlimited international first class ticket or never have to pay for food at restaurants?
Have an unlimited international first class ticket
Never have to pay for food at restaurants
Would you rather be reincarnated as a fly or just cease to exist after you die?
Cease to exist after you die
Would you rather have real political power but be relatively poor or be ridiculously rich and have no political power?
Have real political power
Be ridiculously rich and have no political power
Would you rather lose the ability to read or lose the ability to speak?
Lose the ability to speak
Would you rather never get angry or never be envious?
Would you rather live on the beach or in a cabin in the woods?
Live in a cabin in the woods
Would you rather lose your left hand or right foot?
Would you rather have a flying carpet or a car that can drive underwater?
A car that can drive underwater
Your Fear is Death
What you fear is death. This may be most insidious of fears. Many of our fears in life are actually a fear of death in disguise. Fearing not having enough time, fear of failure, fear of not finding love - these are usually a fear of not having enough time to do the things you want to do before you die. <br><br>This is not something you like to think of, and for that we apologize. But one thing is for sure, we are all on this same boat as you, and most of us have this very logical fear.
Your Fear is Failure
You fear failure. This is a very common fear and, for some, worse than any physical danger, even a mortal one. This is of course connected to an inner sense of anxiety, usually stemming from childhood. This anxiety comes from some goals we've set for ourselves, sometimes some impossible standard. <br><br>On the other hand, maybe you are just afraid to lose what you've worked so hard to have. Don't let this anxiety shut you down, you've made it this far and you know that, while you may fail, you also know how to succeed.
Your Fear is Heights
You have a fear of heights. Forget climbing mountains and bungee jumping, you'd rather just lay out on the beach where it's nice, flat land! <br><br> And who can blame you, there's a reason our brain goes panicky when we get high up, and that's because we have no wings, and are pretty clumsy creatures, moving on only two legs! A fear of heights is mostly common sense.
Your Fear is the Dark
You fear the dark. <br><br> Darkness is one of the most primal and understandable fears of mankind. In the dark is when many predators hunted for us, and the dark is also a time to have accidents when you can't see. Darkness can be as physical a threat as any we face, and we fear for good reason.
Your Fear is Adding Commitments
What you fear is adding commitments to your life. You dislike being tied down in commitments. <br><br> Above all else, a fear of commitment is a fear of being enslaved, of being tied to responsibilities you may later strain against. Maybe you know yourself and you know such things chafe you. Maybe you've made all the big commitments you're ever going to make in this life, and you don't want to add to them. These are all logical fears, and you have every right to take or not take commitments upon yourself. <br><br> On the other hand, you may be afraid of BREAKING commitments, and so you do not begin them. In this way, you feel you are protecting those you don't commit to. That is an understandable fear. Not everyone is afraid to break commitments, unfortunately.
Your Fear is Rejection
What you fear is rejection. At the end of the day, most of us just want to be liked and accepted for who we are. You may have experienced some rejection in your life that has hurt you badly. Or perhaps it is some fear that has never come to pass, but you've always felt might happen. <br><br>When people reject us, it may destroy our sense of self, an image we spend a lifetime gathering - what people have said about us, what we have done, what we think of ourselves. Rejection can shake all of that, and it's an understandable fear, whether the rejection is one of friendship, a family member or a romantic interest.