For me, breaking through the terror barrier is one of the most amazing concepts. When I think of where my life was when I first learned of it to where I am now, I am thrilled!! I have broken through many barriers and I am way ahead of where I was a couple of years ago. I still have many more barriers to break through, but it's more exciting to me because I know how it feels on the other side and that gives me the courage to go on.
I remember many years ago when I first started wearing contacts how afraid I was to touch my eyes. I wore thick glasses and I stood in front of my bathroom mirror for at least an hour the first time saying, "I don't want to touch my eye." Then I'd look at my thick glasses and say, "But I don't want to wear those anymore, either." And, eventually, the idea of contacts won. Looking back, I can see where I broke through that terror barrier and how much better I felt when I didn't have to wear thick glasses anymore. And now, touching my eye is no big deal.
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