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Is this correct?

  • I'm scared of/about what's going to happen, but one thing is sure and that's I've never been more sure about something than this in my life. I want to go through with it.
Could one correct this please??

thanks
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Here's a rule of thumb:

scared of [things: noises, bears, snakes, rumors] (I prefer 'afraid')

scared about [clauses: what he may think, where she's headed, who may be hiding inside] (again, I prefer 'afraid')

scared by [something real that just appeared] ('afraid' doesn't work here)
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Thank you

SO it would be

I'm afraid of what's going to happen, but one thing is sure and that's I've never been more sure about something than this in my life. I want to go through with it. (is te bold part right?)