The multitude of fears or phobias that many adult men and women have arise from different heights and depths. They are not only linked to a fear of heights and phobias for small creatures that turn out to be helpful to humanity rather than dangerous as perceived. Many men and women, and particularly women, have fears of the other. These often arise from abusive relationships, and many such abusive relationships have been repressed since childhood, with many men and women never entirely aware of this until much later in life.
It is usually only through helpful means, from others who act out of a vocation as well as professionally that many men and women are able to break free of their fears of the other and of material things. You even find timid but highly emotional and wired men and women aspiring to become actors (in front of a multitude of others, on stage, on the TV screen and/or in the movies) taking part in a fearlessness class los angeles style.
So close to the famous Hollywood studios, you would have gathered, and how convenient is this. But such classes are destined for men and women from other professional walks of life, to learn how to overcome their fears or phobias of performing in front of others. And not just that. There are men and women who find it extremely difficult to live or work in solitude. A six week long course helps men and women explore and appreciate why they have been in fear for the better part of their lives.
After being taught to mimic behavioral patterns, they are set on their way to address and overcome their fears, and confronting rather than fleeing abusive circumstances.