Hi @Olala, 1.) Don't worry about it and shift focus to your life. 2.). That's a false belief. We dismantle false beliefs by applying LOGIC. We see how ridiculous our thoughts are and we challenge them with accuracy and logic. 3.). Fear stems from doubt. We have to tolerate fear when engaging in triggers and doing things we associate with symptoms. In terms of general fear and fear at night, you have to identify the exact doubts you are harboring. When we banish doubt, the fear goes away because we have more confidence. When we challenge fears in regards to symptoms, we also become more confident. Reduction of fear and focus is the name of the game!