I'm not sure.....because I fear NOTHING!! 8) It depends on what you're afraid of......is it a rational fear? Somethings that we fear are just inevitable facts of life, like people that fear death.... If you have a fear of spiders....then join the club 8)
Fears/phobias are easily treatable with help. Starting with oneself. If necessary, professionally. Just a matter of a "mind" reconstruct. Unfortunately, not knowing the full scope of your fear (phobia), "stick" a fork in me, because I'm done. Good Luck.
I run from them as fast as I can usually. Actually you can face your fears with help from a counselor. They'll take it slow, a step by step process so that you won't panic. A little fear is a good thing, it keeps you alive. It's only a problem when it interferes with your life. Sometimes a shrink would accompany a patient that had a fear of flying, & have me fill them in to what would be happening, the sounds etc. I feel bad about the times I ran back screaming that the wings fell off--nah
When we fear things, there's a good reason for it, most likely it could or would hurt us in some way. Take spiders for instants, I don't like them, I'm never going to like them, and it won't matter how much therapy someone thinks they can give me, they are, and always will be creepy, yuck!! Double yuck!!
Fear is the result of being unprepared. We all fear the unknown; what we don't know or understand. Once you understand what keeps a plane aloft, you lose that fear that it will fall out of the sky. Fear of speaking in public is banished by study and practice at a Master of Ceremonies Club. Fear of fighting someone is banished by the study and practice of marshal arts, etc. Find out what your fears are and confront them, not by doing what you fear (which always works, but is seldom tried), and finding out all you can about that fear. Practice overcoming it, and THEN confront it. You didn't specifically say what your fear was, but fear of dating, fear of sex--fear of anything can be easily overcome with a little effort on your part by learning as much as you can about the fear and then confronting it.