Courage has been widely celebrated throughout reordered history. Surprisingly, courage in social sciences has only recently begun to see empirical validation and systematical studies. This book presents experience of courage from psychological perspective. Overall themes that emerged characterizing the experience of courage were: real risk, fear, perseverance and endurance, challenge and moral goals. The book consists of two parts. Part one includes theoretical considerations about courage and previous studies on courage. Part two examines relations between psychological courage and personality.