Things that worried me always

As a child, I was afraid of a lot of things. There were stories of ghosts and there were TV shows which scared the hell out of me. But, more than that, there were other things that worried me the most. These were things related to my study. I was worried about passing my maths and science tests.

This sense of worry had always been there throughout my school life. Although I passed those tests most of the time, it was after having spent many sleepless nights hovering over thoughts of what if I fail. This is the reason why a lot of times I spend alone wondering what I did wrong to feel this way and why others don’t feel the way I do.


Ten years down the line, while I have a stable job and a regular life, this fear of math is still there. My job though doesn’t involve much number crunching. However, it is one of the most technical jobs of today and at times I find myself in a mess. I remember once having to look back into my textbooks for learning power factors. I consider myself lucky to have come across this online power factor calculator which helped me get over this complexity.

While I made use of the power factor calculator to solve that problem in hand, I had a thought that made me act the way I had never done. I decided to punch my worries right in the face. To start with, I took upon this fear of maths and analyzed my fear and thought of all the ways that I could use to get over this fear. I started reading about maths. I started solving tough equations and I started doing all that needs to be done to conquer the fear of maths.

It took me a year and a half to get rid of this whole math fear. Now I’m so confident in anything related to numbers that I get things done quicker than ever before. This has led to multiple promotions at work and I’ve developed a new sense of confidence in myself. Now I’m always looking for mathematical equations to be solved or anything related to numbers. It is no longer a fear for me. It is now a game.

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