I'm not a fan of doing stalls but I do them. Power off stalls are no big deal to me at all, it's the power on stalls that I don't like doing that much. When my BFR came around, I was hesitant and sweating profusely when it came time to do the stalls, so I did them to get my BFR certification and then immediately scheduled more stall practice with my CFI and spin training with another CFI who has a spinnable 172. The extra stall practiced helped a lot and I'm looking forward to the spin training. Practicing them a lot will help. Also, watching videos of stalls of the same type of airplane, both from inside and outside the cockpit, helped me a lot.