Practicing Courage

It is hard to be courageous, but it’s easier when you’ve practiced, and when you stand up, others will join you.  

Managing fear—the goal of exposure therapy—is a critical part of courage. 

Moments, when we display courage, make us proud. We never know when courage will be demanded, but we can practice to ensure we’re ready.            

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