Fear Of the Loss Of Love Can Paralyze Your Relationships

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Fear Of the Loss Of Love Can Paralyze Your Relationships according to Napoleon Hill in Think and Grow Rich. Do you fear making new friends? When you understand why fear of the loss of love is so damaging to your life you will choose a positive attitude.

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Fear Of the Loss Of Love Can Paralyze Your Relationships

  1. 1. The Fear Of Loss Of Love• The original source of this inherent fear needs but little description.• Grew out of man’s polygamous habit of stealing other men’s mate and taking liberties with her whenever possible• Jealousy, and other similar forms of dementia grow out of people’s inherited fear of the loss of love of someone. Website: http://InSearchOfHeroes.net ©2012 All rights reserved. * In Search Of Heroes™ Program 1
  2. 2. The Fear Of Loss Of Love Affects Your Body and Mind• This fear is the most painful of all the basic fears.• It probably plays more havoc with the body and mind than any of the other basic fears, as it often leads to permanent insanity.• The fear of the loss of love probably dates back to the stone age, when men stole women by brute force.• People continue to steal mates but their technique has changed. Website: http://InSearchOfHeroes.net ©2012 All rights reserved. * In Search Of Heroes™ Program 2
  3. 3. Bribery For Love Has Replaced Force and Violence• Instead of force, they now use persuasion• The promise of stylish clothes, luxury motor cars, jewelry and other “bait” are much more effective than physical force• People’s habits are the same as they were at the dawn of civilization, but men express them differently.Website: http://InSearchOfHeroes.net ©2012 All rights reserved. * In Search Of Heroes™ Program 3
  4. 4. Women Have Learned A Lot About Men Over the Centuries• Careful analysis shows women are more susceptible to this fear than men.• This fact is easily explained.• Women have learned, from experience, that men are polygamous by nature.• Men are not to be trusted in the hands of feminine rivals Website: http://InSearchOfHeroes.net ©2012 All rights reserved. * In Search Of Heroes™ Program 4
  5. 5. Jealousy Is A Symptom Of The Fear Of Loss Of Love• Jealousy – Habit of being suspicious of friends and loved ones without any reasonable evidence of sufficient grounds – Jealousy is a form of dementia that sometimes becomes violent without the slightest cause Website: http://InSearchOfHeroes.net ©2012 All rights reserved. * In Search Of Heroes™ Program 5
  6. 6. Jealousy Is A Symptom Of The Fear Of Loss Of Love• Jealousy (Continued) – Habit of accusing wife or husband of infidelity without grounds – General suspicion of everyone – Absolute faith in no one. Website: http://InSearchOfHeroes.net ©2012 All rights reserved. * In Search Of Heroes™ Program 6
  7. 7. Fault Finding Is A Symptom Of The Fear Of Loss Of Love• Fault Finding – Habit of finding fault with friends, relatives, business associates and loved ones upon the slightest provocation, or without any cause whatsoever. Website: http://InSearchOfHeroes.net ©2012 All rights reserved. * In Search Of Heroes™ Program 7
  8. 8. Gambling Is A Symptom Of The Fear Of Loss Of Love• Gambling – Habit of gambling, stealing, cheating, and otherwise taking hazardous chances to provide money for loved ones, with the belief that love can be bought. – Habit of spending beyond one’s means, or incurring debts, to provide gifts for loved ones, with the object of making a favorable showing Website: http://InSearchOfHeroes.net ©2012 All rights reserved. * In Search Of Heroes™ Program 8
  9. 9. Gambling Is A Symptom Of The Fear Of Loss Of Love• Gambling (Continued) – Insomnia – Nervousness – Lack of persistence – Weakness of will – Lack of self-control – Lack of self-reliance – Bad temperWebsite: http://InSearchOfHeroes.net ©2012 All rights reserved. * In Search Of Heroes™ Program 9
  10. 10. Fear Of Old Age Is A Symptom Of The Fear Of Loss Of Love• The Fear Of Old Age – Thought that old age may bring with it POVERTY – Poverty throws a chill into the mind of every person who faces the possibility of having to spend his declining years on a poor farm. Website: http://InSearchOfHeroes.net ©2012 All rights reserved. * In Search Of Heroes™ Program 10
  11. 11. Fear Of Old Age Is A Symptom Of The Fear Of Loss Of Love• The Fear Of Old Age – Terrible pictures of life after death from the false and cruel teachings of the past mixed with images of “fire and brimstone,” and other bogies cunningly designed to enslave man through fear. – Distrust of others who may seize your worldly goods. – Possibility of ill health is more common as people grow older and is also a contributing cause of this common fear of old age. Website: http://InSearchOfHeroes.net ©2012 All rights reserved. * In Search Of Heroes™ Program 11
  12. 12. Fear Of Old Age Is A Symptom Of The Fear Of Loss Of Love• The Fear Of Old Age – Possibility of ill health is more common as people grow older and is also a contributing cause of this common fear of old age. – Eroticism also enters into the cause of the fear of old age, as no person cherishes the thought of diminishing sex attraction. – Possibility of loss of freedom and independence, as old age may bring with it the loss of both physical and economic freedom. Website: http://InSearchOfHeroes.net ©2012 All rights reserved. * In Search Of Heroes™ Program 12
  13. 13. Fear Of Old Age Is A Symptom Of The Fear Of Loss Of Love • Tendency to slow down • Develop an inferiority complex at the age of mental maturity, around the age of forty, falsely believing one’s self to be “slipping” because of age. • The truth is that people’s most useful years, mentally and spiritually, are those between forty and sixty. • The habit of speaking apologetically of one’s self as “being old” merely because one has reached the age of forty, or fifty. Website: http://InSearchOfHeroes.net ©2012 All rights reserved. * In Search Of Heroes™ Program 13
  14. 14. Fear Of Old Age Is A Symptom Of The Fear Of Loss Of Love• Not expressing gratitude for having reached the age of wisdom and understanding.• Habit of killing off initiative, imagination, and self- reliance by falsely believing you are too old to exercise these qualities.• Habit of the man or woman of forty dressing with the aim of trying to appear much younger.• Affecting mannerisms of youth; thereby inspiring ridicule by both friends and strangers. Website: http://InSearchOfHeroes.net ©2012 All rights reserved. * In Search Of Heroes™ Program 14

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