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    What phobia(s) do you have?

    Here is my list:

    Cockroaches, needles, public speaking, crowds, socializing, germs, hospitals, small spaces, being alone, failure, birds, being in love, bees,etc. My list is longer but I will end it here.

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    enclosed spaces, planes, and the NYC subway.

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    Crowds, people, being in a situation that is out of my control, health, the unknown, heights (to name a few)

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    dark, silence, large crowds, small spaces, peoples intentions, heights, getting hurt, failing, friends leaving me, drowning, public speaking, the list goes on and on and on

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    Social, planes, everything what has to do with death/illness(just a movie can trigger it :/), animals that i dont know, darkness and aloooooot more.....

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    The big three; cancer, heart disease and stroke. not necessarily in that order.

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    Mostly fear of having a heart attack.

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    I used to fear getting the mail.

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    Acrophobia for one, not crazy about heights.

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    I used to be afraid of climbing ladders. I didn't feel fear if I went up a ladder for just a few steps. But if I went higher than that, I'd get a little spooked, as I didn't trust ladders.

    However, my anxieties over the last six or seven years have decreased dramatically thanks to a combination of psychotherapy and psychiatric meds. So it's possible that I wouldn't become afraid of climbing a ladder real high nowadays. I don't know since I haven't tried climbing a ladder in ten years or so.

 

 

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