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Survival

Survival

The primary way in which fear is utilized is as a primitive survival mechanic. 

In other words, fear is a form of conditioning that humans have developed to protect themselves from danger of any sort.

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Fear is one of the most integral parts of society and has shaped the way that we work together in order to accomplish tasks. Today, I will be discussing the different ways that this reaction can occur.

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