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The fear of failing is greater than the failure itself What is fear Why do we fear an intangible object such as failure Fear an unpleasant often strong emotion caused by anticipation or awareness of danger Merriam-Websters Therefor is our senses clouded for what we fear disabling us to reach our potential success Is it fear of failure or successA runner fears failure he runs a race only looking ahead at the finish line of success Like the runner I fear failure my heart races as a runner during a track meet Leading ahead first place he feels his compelior drawing near his heart races he closes his eye to focus Cramping up at the chest it feels like a lack of oxygen almost as an asthma attract breathing through the nose out and out through the mouth I was having an anxiety attack I fear so much in this world the disappointment of my mother so I close my eyes like the runner and breathe as an asthma victim to grasp success I swearAttending a technical high school I learned both a trade and my academics I chose at the time to enter the Allied Health field where we prepared at for the upcoming senior year to sit for our board Certified Nursing Assistant test From the day I chose to enter that school I felt the pressure became unable to bare like a sword piercing through my stomach can I really do this To prepare us we went through several different phases to learning the clinical skills portion written and even verbal as to how we would attend to patients I loved it all as a requirement we had to complete clinical of 72hours before the test Clinical is going out into the work field just as you would for an internship and apply what have been taught My nervous send a chill down my back I was going to be caring of
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