Greater Than by Jennifer Fernjack
Most people assume that being brave is the absence of fear, when in reality, it can mean feeling afraid and being able to persevere anyway. If you’re open to such things as the power of music, gratitude, pets, laughter, random acts of kindness or facing fears, you can change or enhance your perception of life in the most trying times. Demonstrating this “emotional grit” is invaluable every day with small or big concerns – or when you face a medical scare as the author did. In this book, you will learn:
•How to reduce or eliminate fear by embracing it,
•How the science of optimism can change your brain chemistry, and
•Ways perspective and gratitude can help carry you.