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The Woman Who Feels No Fear — Literally

How to unwind your own perception of negative emotions.

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The smartest people in academia have studied her for decades.

Her case has applications for your own life and how you cope with inner demons and negative emotions.

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Sean Kernan

Sean Kernan

Quality over quantity. That guy from Quora. Writing out of Tampa, Florida.

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