I see a spider, and I am screaming until 2 hrs later, THE SPIDER IS STILL THERE, and I do more screaming again. I think this fear is totally reasonable, I don't know why it's even in "Top ten weirdest phobias". It's reasonable in places like Brazil and Australia, where it probably originated, so I wouldn't say Arachnophobia was all that weird.
People’s Top 10 Fears WRITTEN BY: Julia Flaherty ... Social Phobias; Let’s be honest. It’s one thing to approach the cutie you’ve been eyeing from across the room at a party, but a whole other thing to work up the courage to go to the party itself. Just the thought of interacting with others may overwhelm you into self-consciousness.
A person may feel extreme fear caused by various triggers. When a person has adverse reactions to a fear trigger, this may be the person’s phobia or extreme and irrational fear. Here are 5 of the strangest phobias: Phobophobia. A phobia is an extreme fear of something. Then there’s phobophobia which the fear of having a phobia or something ...
Top 10 weather phobias 1 of 11 We all have our fears, but as many as one in ten of us may suffer from a weather-related phobia, according to The Weather Channel.
America's Top Fears 2019. The Chapman University Survey of American Fears Wave 6 (2019) provides an in-depth examination into the fears of average Americans. In July of 2019, a random sample of 1,219 adults from across the United States were asked their level of fear about eighty-eight different phenomena including crime, the government, the ...
From a fear of wind to the fear of peanut butter getting stuck on the top of your mouth, these ten weird phobias are strangely real. Weird Phobias: Nomophobia Topping the list for bizarre and unusual phobias is the modern affliction, nomophobia.
The top three was completed by the fear of deep water and the fear of spiders, but clowns and needles also do a good job of terrifying people. Check out the top ten in full below! Britain’s top ...
According to the Anxiety Disorders Association of America, 19 million people have specific phobias, such as crossing bridges or tunnels; 15 million have a social phobia, e.g., public speaking; and ...
Childhood fears for AGES: 12-18 years old Fear of dark (as usual) Fear of ghosts, poltergeists and evil spirits Fear of bad guys breaking in, killing them, kidnapping them Fear that someone is watching them (through window) Fear of being home alone. Fear of Internet characters like Slender man Fear of dying and of loved ones dying
The National Institute of Mental Health suggests that 8% of U.S. adults have some type of phobia. Women are more likely to experience phobias than men. Typical symptoms of phobias can include nausea, trembling, rapid heartbeat, feelings of unreality, and being preoccupied with the fear object.