10 Most Feared Chances You Need to Take
Which one(s) will you take?
We all have our fears right? Some of us are scared of roller coasters, heights, clowns, the dark, etc. What sucks the most about our fears is that they can get in the way of life-changing experiences. For example, if someone is afraid of heights, they are less likely to go sky diving than someone who isn’t afraid of heights–am I right? Well, here are some feared chances everyone should take at least once in their lifetime.
1. Cliff diving
Cliff diving may seem dangerous but the adrenaline rush that comes from it will feel like no other. I have to be honest, I haven’t done it myself but many of my friends have and they’ve all said the adrenaline rush is the best thing that comes from it. You don’t have to cliff dive from an insane height like the video down below but just watch!
2. Bungee jumping
If you’ve gone sky diving, there’s no reason you shouldn’t try bungee jumping. You can get an amazing view from bungee jumping, an adrenaline rush, and learn about trusting yourself.
3. Zip lining
I love zip lining! You get an amazing view of nature, you can do it while traveling and conquer your fear of heights all at the same time!
4. Rock climbing
You may be afraid of rock climbing because you’re afraid of heights or getting injured but if you focus on the workout you won’t even think about how high up you’re going! You have something to work towards which allows your body and mind to work together, not even having time to think about the height.
5. Sky diving
I have to admit, I haven’t been sky diving yet because I’m afraid but it’s something I think about doing more often than others. You get that incredible adrenaline rush, feeling of thrill, scenic view, and the feeling of conquering your fears.
6. Traveling somewhere alone
Traveling isn’t just an amazing experience because you get to see new places, you also get the chance to interact with different cultures and people. It’s amazing how much you’ll learn about the world and yourself by spending time in new environments. While traveling with family and loved ones is always a lot of fun, I think everyone should travel somewhere alone at least once in their lifetime. You’ll get to really see the place you’re visiting because you can get to do everything you want to do, without worrying if someone in the group doesn’t have the same interests. Also, it’s important to get out there on your own and meet new people by yourself, you’ll learn so much about yourself and others with out the distraction of your friends.
7. Go on a helicopter ride
Some people are not necessarily afraid of heights but are afraid of airplanes, jets, helicopters, etc. Why? Well it could be because they’re scared something could happen while they’re in the air. Anyway, the chances of that are very low and you can’t be thinking negatively when you set your mind to do something! If you go on a helicopter ride over a beautiful scenic view, I’m sure you won’t even think about your fear of being in one!
8. Go skinny dipping at night
Skinny dipping, really? Yeah! Lots of people are afraid of being seen naked but what the hell! Don’t let that stop you from enjoying what could be one of life’s most therapeutic experiences! Skinny dipping under the moonlight can feel so freeing! Don’t worry about how your body looks like, just do it and I’m sure it will be one of the most incredible experiences ever.
9. Visit a haunted house or hospital
Okay, this one is a little crazy. But haven’t you ever wondered what could happen in a haunted place? Whether you would experience any paranormal activity or not? I’m sure you can find a lot of haunted locations near you, but don’t go alone. Make sure you go with a group of people! This one is definitely a once in a lifetime experience for lots of people, or maybe not at all. Up to you!
10. Lay down in the middle of the road to look at the stars
This one seems a bit insane too, right? Well, not if you do it in the middle of the night with someone by your side. Also, you can do it at a time in which there’s hardly anyone out, so you won’t have to worry about cars. Don’t do this on a main street either, you can do it right outside your house but I can assure you laying down in the middle of the road to look at the stars is such a relaxing and peaceful feeling.