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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Fear Is Not My Enemy: The PAME Code to Retrain Your Brain from Fear to Courage and an Amazing Life! (Psychology in your life Book 3) by Emee Vida Estacio, PhD is an insightful book that is helpful to all readers who want to turn their lives around and regain control. The book follows the PAME Code, principles of purpose, action, momentum, and energy. The word 'pame' is a Greek word that means 'let's go together' so that in life encouragement and support can be given and received whenever it is needed. This book will give readers the courage they need in their lives by helping them transform their fear into courage and live an amazing life.
The approach to the topic is engaging and the techniques and tips can be applied very easily to cultivate more courage. The author's handling of a relevant topic is simple, methodical, and extensive, and will give readers information about the different types of fear. The book also speaks about how to explore daily fears and will teach readers how to train their brain so that fear can be controlled. The experiences and personal stories shared in the book make it easy for readers to understand the concept and will help them understand how a powerful mind can influence actions by giving messages to themselves. This book is a good read for all those struggling with fear, and counselors and therapists can use the tools in the book for their counseling and therapy sessions. Reading this book will help readers assess their fear and say 'no' to it, bringing courage, positivity, and peace into their lives.