Whatâs the most scared you have ever been?
Iâm not talking about being on a crazy roller coaster ride or watching a scary movie. What weâre talking about in this episode is the kind of fear that just grips you, and controls you, and wonât let you think about anything else.
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I asked some of the listeners of this podcast that very question recently, in our private Facebook group. And at the end of this episode, youâll be able to hear some of their answers â and thereâs quite a variety. Turns out being scared can show up in our lives in a lot of different ways.
And our guest today, Kira, has experienced that kind of gut-wrenching fear. She was on a downtown street, alone. It was dark because it was 3:30 am. She was walking to work and thought everything was okay.
But she suddenly realized, she was not alone.
What Was That Like may be the most intriguing podcast you’ll ever hear.
Each episode is a conversation with someone who has been through some type of extremely unusual situation (shot during a mass shooting, survived a plane crash, got attacked by an alligator, etc.) The guest comes on the show and tells the story of what happened firsthand.
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