Good morning everyone present here, today I am going to give a speech on fear. The most common human emotion, fear, is one that cannot be avoided at all. People experience fear in different ways and to different degrees, but the feeling is universal. Fear has the power to alter a person’s psychological makeup and, consequently, conduct.
The fight-or-flight reaction, also known as the fight-or-flight response, results from the awareness of danger and is a response to fear. People become capable of performing numerous things that one would not ordinarily be able to or ready to do in response to the threat by learning from the past about what can safeguard one in risky situations.
In general, there are two kinds of fear: innate fears and identity fears. People are born with innate fears, which act as a form of survival instinct and are fears that every person experiences on some level. As humans progress, identity fears emerge. In addition to this, a lot of people also dread connection and love. These fears are a subcategory of identity fears. Individuals tend to form relationships with other people as they progress through life, and these attachments become very important to the individual. One of the biggest fears for many people is losing these bonds.
Both a strong individual emotional response and a physiological reaction to the situation are involved in fear in humans. Since people are immortal, the fear of death is an example of a logical fear. But when fear prevents us from doing our jobs properly, it turns into a phobia. The propensity to experience fear of fear can be a symptom of an anxiety disorder. Thank you.