Why do some people have so many fears that their hands start to shake and their hearts beat faster? This stress can make people stop living their dream life on their bucket list.

So, how can we stop being afraid? How can we stay strong and calm when things are going wrong? What do we do when fear makes us feel like we can't move? Consequently, we've compiled a list of the top three books on overcoming your anxieties. From Brick and Mortar to Prosperity by Peter Paulsen to The Gift of Fear by Gavin de Becke, these books might help you. 


The Gift of Fear by Gavin de Becke

Most of us hate being scared. Gavin de Becker says it's a present, though. Seriously? Yes, the author is an expert on predicting violent behavior, and he explains that our true fear is a signal sent to protect us.

De Becker says, "You can refuse to be a victim." He talks about the signs that always mean violence is coming. If a person knows these signs, they can avoid getting hurt. Gavin says there is a universal code of violence, and we must learn to recognize it.

After reading this book about fear, you'll know how to listen to your gut, tell the difference between real and imagined danger, and understand the warning signs your brain sends you.

Daring Greatly by Brene Brown

Brené Brown says that one of your strengths is that you are weak in some ways. Do you feel like you don't agree with something in your chest? When I first saw this book, I thought the same thing, but the author challenges how we think about being weak, and she backs up her arguments with twelve years of research.

This book about fear helps us see things from the same side of the table and accept that we are not perfect. It will also help you get along better with people at home and work by showing us how to talk and give feedback in a way that will be heard and understood.

From Brick and Mortar to Prosperity by Peter Paulsen 

Peter Paulsen has had some hard times in his life, but he has been able to use them to make a name for himself in the construction business. This book gives us hope that we can keep our faith, be strong in the face of trouble, and still come out on top. The author discusses the positive and negative things that have happened to him during his life. This makes you feel like you're not alone.