What is the difference between fear and anxiety?

Fear is an emotional response to perceived danger, but anxiety is a persistent feeling of worry and discomfort about things that don’t present any kind of danger. Anxiety about important events like job interviews or dates are fairly common. But anxiety can also be about harmless things, or even nothing at all.

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