Thanks for joining us for part two of our series on being braver and more courageous. If you're just now joining us, part one discussed what bravery is, if you have to be born with it, and if you can learn it. Go back and read it when you get a chance.
The second part is going fill you in on all the secrets on how you can learn how to be brave everyday. If you, or a loved one, are searching for alcohol and drug rehabilitation in Columbus OH, please call Legacy Freedom. You'll love our outpatient therapy programs.
More Ways That You Can Be Brave
As we mentioned in part one, you can learn to be brave if you are willing to put yourself out there and take a chance. By now, you should have defined what bravery means to you, put together your plan, and organized your small and manageable goals. We covered this in part one, if you're confused take a moment to go back and read it.
Now, the most important of learning of how to be brave is believing that - Yes You Can Be Brave! Believing in yourself takes a lot of courage to begin with, and once you finally understand that you'll really be able to advance. A can-do attitude goes a long way in becoming brave, so please trust yourself.
You also have to relax. Being all anxious and worked up will probably cause a retreat. However, if you do find yourself retreating - do not surrender. Try again and again until you face your fear. It might take a few times before you're comfortable, the key is not giving up. If you give up, you fail, so keep trying until you nail it!
The next part of this post is going to list out a few very simple ways that you can be brave in your everyday life. You could be already doing a few of these brave things without even realizing it.
- Singing karaoke
- Risking being wrong at something
- Asking a new person out for coffee
- Dancing in public
- Voicing your opinion
- Trying something really hard for the first time
- Standing up to a bully
- Asking for help when you need it
- Speaking out against wrongdoing
- Telling your crush how you feel about them
- Forgiving someone who has wronged you in the past
- Being a champion of tolerance
- Volunteering for something you believe in
- Joining community watch
These are just a few of the many ways that you can be braver in your everyday life. If you have a problem with substance abuse, why not be brave and seek treatment today? Keep reading to see how Legacy Freedom can help you!
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