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Internal fears can be generalized as a form of low self-esteem. They are triggered by external factors that create internal feelings of self-doubt.

They make you feel incapable of doing or achieving something, and so most of the time, you don't even try to make a start at something. If you do try, you will do so half heartedly and with the expectation of failure.

For example, you may want to apply for a new job, start your own business or ask someone out on a date, but because you doubt your own ability to complete the task successfully, you never bother to make an effort to try. In other words, you give up before you even begin.

Low self-esteem is often a reflection of how your parents treated you as a child, and to a lesser extent, the things that you experience throughout your life.

This is because the most important and influential years, in terms of character development, are your early childhood and teenage years of life because that is when your mind is most impressionable and still developing.

Consequently, any child who received more criticism and punishment from their parents than they did praise and love, will usually develop feelings of inadequacy and insecurity as a result.

Later in life, these feelings translate into fears of failure, fears of rejection, lack of self-worth and self-doubt. In other words, low self-esteem due to low self acceptance.

Internal fears can also be called "subconscious fears" as they are fears that arise as a result of beliefs which have been accepted into the subconscious mind as being true.

For example, if you were constantly rejected by your parents as a child, then you may have developed a subconscious fear of rejection as a result of a belief relating to your rejection experience (e.g., you are not worthy of being loved).

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