Fear thrives in semi-darkness, where shadows take on terrifying proportions. It is constantly lurking in our lives. It is the fear of change, it is the fear of the new, it is the fear of future evil, it is the fear of failure, it is the panic, the panic of proximity. Fear can also be a warning of danger, and then it is valuable.  

We stand in the face of fear, we name it. We connect him with the past and the experiences of the paternal home where we were early trained in dealing with fear. We distinguish it from phobias which usually convey a statement of real fear.