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The Fallout of Fear
Everybody experiences fear, so it's not a new emotion to me. Fear definitely controls us, and even makes us do things that, under normal circumstances, we would probably never do. It's almost like an adrenaline rush, really. Like the mother and the car thing; if her baby is stuck underneath a car, the mother will get the adrenaline rush from the fear, and would be able to lift the car up, and rescue the baby from underneath. It literally makes us do crazy things, since the blood from the front of our brain, which is where we make our logical choices, rushes to the back, where the control of lungs, heart, and stuff like that is. I would say fear motivates you, but I don't really love the motivation if gives me. I can't truly remember any experience where fear has surprised me in some way, but I'll definitely keep my eyes open. All in all, I would say fear affects us in, mostly, negative ways, such as in "The Monster of Maple Street." Yet, it makes us do crazy things, that we would never imagine that we could do alone possible.
Article posted October 22, 2011 at 09:19 AM •
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I totally agree with you. Fear does controll us. I love it!
Comment Posted on February 15, 2012 at 07:33 PM by
Ya! That was cool!!
Comment Posted on November 1, 2011 at 06:56 PM by
Great job Gabi! I really like your word choices and phrasing.
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