"Regardless of the school of thought of fear and its management, the many faces of fear are gradually unmasked by individuals' innate desire and commitment to face the underlying etiology of such fears. Thanks Dr Fisher for this explicit analysis on…"
"Thanks Dr Fisher for introducing us to Sam Gillian’s work. While searching for origins and solutions to fears in the healthcare space, I, similar to Gillian was unaware of the liberalism and Fearism of fear but was exposed to its existentialism and…"
"Well stated Dr Fisher, I believe that all thought patterns emanated from the activities of the Garden of Eden. Because that's where the concept of sin that led to fears due to disobedience was actually originally conceived. (Eve ate from the tree of…"
"An insightful article Desh, the role of fear as it pertains to political leadership and affairs is well explored in this piece.( eg. amongst many, the Insightful mismatch of government revolution in the kingdom of man versus the kingdom of God.…"
"Thanks so much Dr Fisher. A term in sociological studies, Homophily refers to the tendency for people to have (non-negative) ties with people who are similar to themselves in socially significant ways. And Value homophily is the tendency to…"
"The Fearology institute is a well thought out forum for studing the effect of fear on various human life experiences, perspectives, skills, and strenghts. A good fear education creates opportunities to 'get out of one's comfort zone, feel more,…"
"Great interview. The combined views of the study of fear will help promote methodologies for vast understanding of fear concept by centralizing fear with an optimistic view and taking it out of a negative connotation to a positive one.…"
"That's great Dr. Fisher. Honored by your encouraging remarks. I'll check out the literature by Segal J. Any and all perspectives on exploring practicality of emotional intelligence approach towards improving healthcare practices is always…"
"Good to see this good work Nonye, at some point I hope to see more details from your book. Btw, one of my fav. books from the 1980s which includes a lot of your interests is
Segal, J. (1984). Living beyond fear: A course for coping with the…"
It’s 3AM….."Oh no! What was that sound I heard?”, I thought to myself as I suddenly awoke to a startling noise coming from the adjacent bedroom to mine. “Could it be coming from my daughter’s room?”, I wondered. My husband and I quickly went to our…