We're all afraid of something. As we mature, we become less and less likely to share our fears, so we stuff them down or ignore them, hoping they die of neglect. But they usually don't. They know when they're being ignored, and they start yelling louder.
So here they are, yelling, "Look! Look!" and we wonder why we get moody. We get moody because the possibility of everything good turning bad is unsettling. But what we need to ask ourselves is, "Is it true? Are these fears real?"
There are many reasons why fear might be popping up. Maybe it's there to tell you to take action. Or maybe it's there to tell you that particular phase of your life is over, and you don't need to carry this fear around anymore. Whatever the reason is, it's not a mystery. Intuitively, you know why the fear is there and you know how to overcome it.
When a fear is holding you back, look within and ask yourself if truly you want to move forward. When you're ready, release your fears. Hand them over to a Higher Power, and if they come back, let them know that they are no longer welcome.
In love and light,
Krystal Kay White