The End of Fear by Joe Berry

The End of Fear

The End of Fear by Joe Berry

The End of Fear is a wonderfully written, intense, and moving book about fear and its effect on us. Author Suzanne Collins tackles one of the most difficult topics in the human condition – fear – and does a great job of making us understand it and deal with it. The author takes us through several herriads of examples and experiences that all but confirm that fear is, indeed, a very real and pervasive force in our lives. In this gripping book, Ms. Collins describes the process by which we become attached to certain objects, believing that they represent safety and others, that they represent danger and insecurity. In addition, The End of Fear also describes how fear and the anxiety that comes along with it can destroy relationships, cause people to lose their jobs and their sense of self, cause people to suffer from debilitating diseases, and create enormous suffering.

What makes The End of Fear a masterpiece is that Ms. Collins does an amazing job of combining personal experience and psychological research with a detailed account of what happens when we are faced with a threatening situation. In fact, each chapter begins with a short descriptive piece about what has happened – which is true of the chapters that follow, as well. This vivid writing style, coupled with Ms. Collins’ expert knowledge of how the human mind works, make The End of Fear a truly frightening read. The writer does not sugarcoat anything, and she makes sure that the reader fully comprehends every word she writes. If you are looking for a book that will help you overcome your fears and anxieties, then this is a must read.

The End of Fear is not just another story about overcoming fear. The book takes us through the psychological influences upon which fear thrives. It is a book that shows you how to think and act when confronted with a fear factor and how to get past your internal walls and fight back against your fears. The End of Fear does a wonderful job of explaining what fear is and what it does to the human mind, as well as how you can combat it from within your own mind. This is definitely one of the best books on the topic of the fear factor and a great read for those interested in psychology and the human mind.