I'm deathly afraid of heights... I went to the Skydeck at the Willis Tower and slowly inched my back to the edge, mustered up all composure I could and took a pic. I thought I nailed it until I saw the photo

“Courage is not the absence of fear…” This picture is the very embodiment of that quote! Well done!

lechat_noir

As someone who is from Chicago, I will call it the Sears Tower until the day I die.

PawPomb

Funny or not you faced a very real fear. Huge props for that alone.

docwoolf

I’m in a glass case of emotion!

Puppies_fart_hope

Good job, OP! Took me a long time to recover of my fear of heights. I’m much better now, even go on roller coasters and shit

Zubi_Q

I have heights triggered vertigo and constant adrenaline spikes even when I’m not that far off the ground. I was on the 6th floor of a hotel not long ago and the porch/balcony, while nice, was a constant source of irrational dread. Kudos to you for this. Only acrophobes can truly appreciate your accomplishment.

Sausage_Launcher

Nice, I’d have to get on my belly just to look over the edge!

fishinbuttersauce

I love how your hand is ready to brace you, good work on facing your fears man!

YupMikeOxWollen

As a Chicagoan who works near sears tower, thanks for referring it by it’s one true name. I know very few people who acknowledge the name change.

cschmidt0525

Either way you stepped out of your comfort zone and confronted your fear! Awesome job and photo!

sirenskill68

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