Yes I think it does and it helps you deal with the much harder things that will challenge you in life.
I think it helps to overcome your anxiety. At least a little bit
What doesn't kill you gives you the conviction to track it down and kill it for trying.
I suppose it does.<br />
Every time I overcome something I am anxious about I feel better about myself.<br />
But I still have anxiety attacks. I think it is a chemical imbalance in my brain, not real!
I'd say so, the bonus to that is you have every chance of not spending a lot of negative energy thinking about the "anxiety". Prolonged anxiety is not a good thing and can have a knock on effect in your self confidence.
Yes, I think it does - except bees, I can't ever face bees *shudder* lol
If it's a phobia there several methodologies available to start the process to "face" what may make you anxious and lessen that anxiety.
Without a doubt!
yes and it also boosts confidence at the same time.
yes. It does. At the very least, it's something you've attempted to handle and isn't just looming in the distance, unhandled
Could make you more anxious. Could go either way.
Yes it does. The more you face it the stronger you get especially if it was traumatic to go through it in the first place.
DEFINITELY... so face it! :)
I guess it does eventually. <br />
Like lifting weights or walking a great distance.<br />
If you survive. <br />