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No fear one fear meme (hilarious memes around the internet)

In this blogpost we will look at the hilarious no fear, one fear memes from across the internet. Then we will  move on to discuss the origin of this meme, what fear is and how to overcome it. 

No fear one fear meme

It is a meme template, where a man is wearing a T shirt that says no fear until another character shows up wearing a T shirt sporting some statement. The next image shows the T-shirt saying changed to one fear. 

No fear one fear meme (hilarious memes around the internet)

Hilarious memes from around the internet

  1. Happy birthday, I guess. 
No fear one fear meme (hilarious memes around the internet)
  1. The paranoia!
No fear one fear meme (hilarious memes around the internet)
  1. Well!
No fear one fear meme (hilarious memes around the internet)
  1. Uno reverse.
No fear one fear meme (hilarious memes around the internet)
  1. The pain!
No fear one fear meme (hilarious memes around the internet)
  1. Intensity intensifies!
No fear one fear meme (hilarious memes around the internet)
  1. Magic!
No fear one fear meme (hilarious memes around the internet)
  1. Well
No fear one fear meme (hilarious memes around the internet)
  1. Anti-social!
No fear one fear meme (hilarious memes around the internet)
  1. Wizard!
No fear one fear meme (hilarious memes around the internet)
  1. Winter is coming!
No fear one fear meme (hilarious memes around the internet)
  1. Oops!
No fear one fear meme (hilarious memes around the internet)
  1. In a sale!
No fear one fear meme (hilarious memes around the internet)

Origin of the meme

This was posted for the first time in 2015 (March 6th), by Branson Reese as a part of his webcomic Escape from Heaven. It was uploaded under the title, ‘teen comix’. In the original  the second panel shows a shirt that reads “What if they made Simpsons porn illegal?”

The meme is given below: 

No fear one fear meme (hilarious memes around the internet)

Fear!

Fear is a strong and intense emotion, that is brought on by the perceived danger or threat. It is a feeling which is accompanied by a physiological response like the fight or flight response.

 Fear is a primitive emotion that has been identified as a primary emotion. It is known to be the most powerful emotion as well. 

Everyone has some or the other fear. It may be something as seemingly inconsequential as an insect, or as existential as loss of someone important. However, no matter how trivial it seems, all fears trigger a similar response in the body and so should not be trivialised. 

The only way to overcome fear, is to face it head on and kill your fear instead of trying to run from it or constantly escape it. 

How to overcome fear

  • Stop trying to run from your fear, and face it head on!
  • Allow yourself to sit with your fear for a while
  • Learn more about your fear/ understand your fear
  • When your fear leads to a downward spiral, try to consciously use your imagination in a positive way
  • If your fear is causing you anxiety, try taking long deep breaths
  • Practice mindfulness, and become one with nature

Conclusion

In this blog we looked at ‘no fear one fear’ template memes from across the internet, and then  moved on to look at what fear is, and how to overcome it. We also discussed the origin of the meme template.

Frequently asked questions (FAQs): No Fear One Fear

What is fear?

Fear is a  primitive and powerful emotion that arises in the face of perceived danger. 

How to overcome fear?

It is important to face your fears instead of running from them. Understand your fear, and sit with it. Use imagine in a good and positive way instead of always thinking of the worst. 

What is the physiological reaction of fear?

The fight-or-flight response gets triggered in the body in response to perceived danger or fear. It is a response of the nervous system, where the person’s body gets prepared to deal with a stressful situation.

 

References

Fight or flight response (n.d.) psychology tools. https://www.psychologytools.com/resource/fight-or-flight-response/

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Daniela Paez is a Clinical Psychologist with an MSc. In Clinical Neuropsychology from Bangor University. She has vast experience in working with children with disabilities, adolescents and their families, in extreme conditions of poverty and vulnerability. Additionally, she owns a private practice where she provides neuropsychological evaluation for children and adults, and treatment for mood disorders, anxiety, couple therapy, among other conditions.