spiders and falling through the tub floor of a second floor apartment or house. the floor of the tub just feels so weak, and thin, I'm frighten I'll fall straight through o-o); if I can help it I'll never go to the second floor for baths....
also I have a huge fear (I know it's childish!) of something creeping from the dark of my closet, so at night I find ways to make it so the closet door is locked at night. I kinda know how this fear started but the reason you guys would probably find too silly (the reason still scares the crap out of me though, I don't really know what I saw.)
Fear of needles, dark, tight/uncomfort places.. Also I am feared of balloons.. It's funny since I know that it's been my fear from childhood and it was hard to go birthday parties since there was always balloons. If I see one I walk far away From it or just stay there trying to thing something else which wont distress... -v-'
Astraphobia, which is the fear of thunder and lightning, Claustrophobia, but in my case I don't fear the tight spaces, I fear the suffocation, Coulrophobia, fear of clowns, and finally, Achluophobia, I am TERRIFIED of the dark.
I have a phobia of slimy insects. Completely grosses me out where I might start shaking. I also hate being around puking. It's disturbing and disgusting and I can gladly live without it. Baby spit up doesn't bother me, though, lol.
one time i went on this feild trip to the pg&e tower and we were walking across this large building (the top floor) you could see the bottom and the people on the other side were wondering why i was keeping them (this is back in elementary school mind you) and so that's how it was
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Claustrophobia, and also the fear of being social with people in real life. Being in a play or any sort just makes my anxiety raise through the roofs, and it just make me want to pass out, or leave the area.
I have food neophobia. Before last year I didn't even know what I had was given an actual term. Basically I have a limited diet due to a fear of new foods. I hated going out to dinner with family because they would always poke fun at me, which made it even worse for me. I'm slowly trying to try new foods and get other people to understand what my fear is. I'm not a picky eater, I'm not a vegetarian, and by no means am I VEGAN. I hate being put into those categories without even getting a chance to explain. It really pisses me off sometimes.
A fear of needles. It wasn't that pleasant to get my wisdom teeth removed, it caused more pain than it probably should have. Ever since, I panick when needles get close to me. And I can't stand blood sometimes. Stupid combination, while being a blood donor, lol. But when I have enough distraction and can look away from things when they insert the needle in a vein, I mostly can stand it.
Hemophobia. Well, I'm not sure if it's hemophobia or not. I had an accident when I was younger. I fell on a vacuum cleaner(one of them weird standup ones) and tore my whole left knee open. There was blood everywhere, and I've only recently started to get over it. Still, whenever I have to go to the quack to get blood drawn, I start shaking like a leaf. Don't get me wrong. I have no problem watching things on tv or playing bloody video games, nor do I have a problem with bandaging wounds. It's just, when blood is being forced out of my body via a foreign entity, I freeze. Maybe it changed over the years. That's possible too, right?
Ever since I watched "Marble Hornet" I get REALLY nervous when I'm alone in my house - particularly if the lights are off - particularly if I'm moving around with the lights off (i.e., turned off the hall light before going to my dark room to go to bed, etc, as opposed to just going to sleep) - It's getting a little better with time but man I got really freaked out for a while.
I don't have a height phobia - I'm fine if I'm up high and there's a railing of some sort. But if there's no railing I feel nervous to go to the edge just in case I slip or something. And I HATE the feeling of falling - can't go on roller coasters or anything like that.
Acrophobia (fear of heights) is my biggest one. I used to love heights. However, I fell out of a tree when I was younger and even though I don't remember the incident at all, getting onto something high petrifies me.
I am also utterly terrified of mountain lions...their screams freak me out.
My three main phobias are of spiders, injections and zombies. Spiders because of their weird, alien appearance along with their fangs, which can be poisonous. Injections because of the pain? mainly with the horrid feeling of metal penetrating your skin, and the fact they have the potentiality in taking away a life than saving one. Zombies because the idea of being eaten alive and the fact you would turn into one of them if bitten.
Entomophobia, specifically mosquitos (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mosquito ). I'm allergic to their "bite" and they look terrifying D: It's getting better but there was a time I couldn't even grab something to kill them, I just petrified
I'm afraid of dogs (thisis my "inner panic", when a dog approaches and I have little or no place to move and avoid contact, I kinda freeze) and butterflies/moths (this shit gaves me full panic, I cant even touch a painting of those...).
That habit people have when they crack their bones (Be it knuckles or sometimes the neck) It just creeps me out and it all started from that Korean Bok Choy Ghost comic. The comic had animation and sound which added the scaryness. I cried for awhile and had to drown out the image with funny videos.
Anginophobia. It's a fear of choking. It's been effecting me since I can remember. I choked a lot on my food as a baby, child and pre-teen. Now, I can barely watch someone eat or drink without the constant numbing feeling in my chest.
Mosquito phobia. They just look evil to me and when I was little a relative went overseas and died from malaria because of a mosquito bite. They had to send his body back by plane...that traumatized me and I get anxiety if I know a mosquito is in the room.