Donald Sonn: Tips For Overcoming Your Fears

During the course of his career, Donald Sonn has found himself in a position where he has needed to overcome fear and trepidation on a number of occasions. When he made the choice to open his own business, he had to face up to a number of situations that he had never encountered before, some of which proved to be quite intimidating. However, Donald Sonn managed to get through them by keeping the following tips in mind.

Don’t Avoid Them

In many cases, it is the anticipation that we build rather than the situation itself that causes us the most fear, so if you need to do something and are a little worried about it, it is best to simply face it head on. This will allow you to actually tackle the problem, rather than getting yourself into a bad state simply worrying about it, and you will often find that things aren’t as bad as you have made them out to be in your head.

Don’t Shoot For Perfection

While you should always aim to do the best that you can in any situation, it is important to remember that perfection is not something that comes overnight. If you are scared about a situation because you don’t think you will be able to face it perfectly, just remember that nobody is expecting you to and that by facing your fear you will learn far more than avoiding it altogether.

Talk About It

You should never keep your worries and fears to yourself, which is why Dr. Donald Sonn recommends talking about the things that worry you with a friend or family member. This will allow you to get your fears out into the open and receive reassurance that everything will be okay.


About Donald Sonn

Dr. Donald Sonn currently practices with Urology Group of Western New England. Specializing in impotence, prostheses and stone disease, the urologist also specializes in brachytherapy and surgical surgery. Sonn uses the Da Vinci Surgical System to remove prostate cancer.
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