The Fears We Carry – Open Thought Vortex

Categories Life, Self

Do you remember your childhood fears?

I sure do.

And at least one of them has to do with that alligator up there at the top of the page. Some of my childhood fears still linger in some form now that I’m all grown up. And I’ve added a few new ones along the way, too. I’m over at Open Thought Vortex Magazine today to talk about these fears and how we might be able to give fear a place in our lives.

I know I’m a little (OK a lot) late getting this out today, but please join me over at Open Thought Vortex and tell us about your fears. While you’re there, definitely check out some of the other terrific pieces our writers have shared throughout the month of October on our theme of Fear. 

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Lisa A. Listwa is a self-employed writer with experience in education, publishing, and the martial arts. Believing there was more to life than punching someone else’s time clock and inspired by the words of Henry David Thoreau, she traded her life as a high school educator for a life as a writer and hasn’t looked back. She is mother to one glorious handful of a daughter, wife to the nicest guy on the planet, and reluctant but devoted owner of three Rotten Cats. You can find her adventures and thoughts on living life deliberately here on the blog.

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