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Step One:

Think of something you are afraid of.

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Step Two:

Draw an upside down “V” or an A without the crossbar that makes it look like an upside down “V.”

 
 

Step Three:

Draw the bow wave so that you can tell what direction the shark is swimming (e.g. towards you).

 

Step Four:

Draw the wake to help reinforce that yes, it’s definitely swimming towards you.

 

Step Five:

Draw an arrow that points to it.

 

Step Six:

Color it in (optional).

 

Step Seven:

On the end of the arrow that is not pointing at the shark, write down a sentence that describes the fear you thought of in step one.

 

Repeat as many times as necessary.


 

You may be wondering why there is no body necessary to draw a shark.
It is because we only need the imagined threat of any fear to fully fear it.
And besides, 
spoiler alert.