How do you get out of the Fearfulness?
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Close your eyes and take a deep breath to keep fear away. Try to gather strength to fight the fear.
We use the term phobophobia to name the fear of fear or of phobias. (The word phobia comes from the Greek for fear .)
Check this out: http://www.phobia-fear-release.com/being-afraid-fear.htmlThey call it "being-afraid-fear"The name for the fear of fear is phobophobia.
Many people are scared of different things, do NOT delete any answers, but feel free to add some of your fears. Needles Ghosts Spiders Dogs Clowns Random creepy images Stalkers Clowns Weird Noises
they fear drugs,drinking dropping out,pregancy gangs violence in the schools, sexually transmitted diseases,suicide and AIDS
Fear of relationships just means someone wants 2 stay single and enjoy life or they may be afraid of what might happen if they try 2 actrully commit 2 something, OR they may be like me and just be afraid to get hurt-
yes... im terrified... i cant look touch come near them... even talkin about them. i dont mind like other medical things such as gauges and tape but not bandaids. yes... im terrified... i cant look touch come near them... even talkin about them. i dont mind like other medical things such as gauges and tape but not bandaids
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"Herpetaphobia" is a fear of reptiles, but more accurately kinds of snakes and lizards. The actual name for a fear of lizards is "Scoliodentosaurosophobia". I had to stay up almost all night to find that term for a school paper. I've have had this phobia since i was four. It usually results from a traumatic experience in life involving lizards. I got it from the movie The Parent Trap (I know crazy ,right) when my mom and aunt played the lizard scene in it over and over again. To this day i will (and have) attack anyone who comes near me with a lizard.
It does not appear to have a specific phobia name, but falls under the classification of Claustrophobia. .
Dont be scared all of them are small pinches and at most will feel like u pinched ur arm or a paper cut
the bible talks abt fear a few times....... Genesis 15:1, Joshua 1:6-9, Psalm 25:12-14, Psalm 27:1-14, Psalm 46:1-11, Proverbs 29:25
I have always feared anything in a mask. I can't remember a time when I didn't. Clowns are included, because of the face paint. That counts as a mask. I remember when I was little, when all the other kids thought those people dressed as large animals like a bunny, bear, etc. were fun - I was terrified. I cried and hid as far away as I could from the large animal with balloons. I know for a fact I wouldn't be scared if the person were in an animal suit and just had bunny ears on with no mask. Anything walking around with a big head at a sports game or parade.... still bothers me a lot to this day and I'm 23. I think Halloween is fun, but only if your costume does not involve a mask.
Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness, that most frightens us. Your playing small does not serve the world. There is nothing enlightened about shrinking so that other people won't feel insecure around you. We are all meant to shine as children do. It's not just in some of us; it is in everyone. And as we let our own lights shine, we unconsciously give other people permission to do the same. As we are liberated from our own fear, our presence automatically liberates others.
There is less danger on fighting than on fleeing. The most salutary fleeing is the forward one. The fear turned into courage.
i have fear because god gave it to me... and all of us have fear.. FEAR is a challenge fromgod!!
In his inaugural speech, President Franklin D. Roosevelt said (referring to the crippling economic Depression), "We have nothing to fear but fear , itself!"
PANTOPHOBIA Main Entry: . pantophobia. Part of Speech: . n . Definition: . a fear of everything; also called panphobia. Etymology: . Greek pantos 'all'.
Most fears were based on surviving, like being scared of snakes probably helped our ancestors survive. Random fact: Hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobia:The fear of long words! there are rational fears and irrational fears, if you think your flight is going to crash then that is unreasonable.However sometimes planes do crash,but is unlikely. a rational fear would be boarding a plane that would go into a bombing mission in a war. Fears come when we are not in control of circumstances. Fear knocked on the door,Faith answered, and there was no-one there.
Well I would have to say if you have a fear of others fearing you than you are probably afraid of losing friends or maybe making the wrong kinds of friends and creating enemys. The problem with having others fearing you is that many people would relay on you to show up at a fight if there ever is one.
The most famous phrase from Franklin D. Roosevelt's first inaugural address in March 1933 "... the only thing we have to fear is fear itself..." was an adaptation of American writer Henry David Thoreau's musings of "Nothing is so much to be feared as fear" in a1852 book. Franklin and aides had the book as his speech was written. Of course, Thoreau's thoughts were likely inspired by the Duke of Wellington 1832 words "The only thing I am afraid of is fear" which at least were preceded by Francis Bacon in 1623 "Nothing is terrible except fear itself", and "The thing of which I have most to fear is fear" by Michel de Montaigne in 1580.
The fear of fears is called phobophobia. It is the fear of getting a phobia.
Impossible, everyone has at least 1 fear and many have ones they don't know about, I originally thought I only had arachnophobia, then realised my fear of being trapped is Claustrophobia, now I know I have all these: Arachnophobia - slight Fear of spiders Claustrophobia - acute Fear of small spaces Atychiphobia - some Fear of being wrong
people say there is nothing to fear because god is with you and he loves you
You can fear many things, and only some of these fears arerecognised. To see a list of phobias, or fears, click on therelated link below.
when we feel that to be,,we are in trouble or want something actually..and the reasons are many
The Aztecs where feared by the Spanish when the Spanish had arrived. This is because they didn't have reinforcements. Also the Chichimec tribes and the Apachean Tribes. NOTE: All of the minor tribes feared them because they didn't have power or good military.
love? Romeo doesn't seem to be afraid of that. Actually there isn't much that Romeo is afraid of.
There are different meanings but the main two are: no fear = heckno. And screaming no fear before doing something completely stupid.Remember, there is no such thing as "no fear" fear can only becontrolled.
When you have thoughts concerning self preservation. When your perception you have of control over your own life is sublimated by the perception that someone or something else has taken control.
The Goddess Demeter fears the God of the underworld who had kidnapped her daughter, Persephone!
Hippos are between the most fearless animals- actually they are only afraid of lion prides and elephants. A lion pride can take down any animal, except from a big bull elephant. Elephants move hippos out of their way, whether they meet on land or in the river. There are videos in youtube with elephants and hippos, where it is shown that elephants make hippos run away. One of these videos shows a single bull elephant that gets in the river and separates a whole herd of hippos in two, as it passes through the hippos and all of them move aside without daring to attack. And this is impressive because male hippos are extremely territorial and aggressive. Hippos are not afraid of crocodiles (actually they often kill crocodiles). Cape buffalo also runs from a hippo, when a hippo opens its giant mouth and charges straight forward at the buffalo. Even a white rhino backs off when a hippo decides to charge at it, even if they meet in land face to face. For all these interactions described between hippos and these animals (crocodile, cape buffalo, white rhino and more) there are related videos in youtube that prove them. Also, a hippo is not afraid of snakes, as its thick skin protects it from the snake. Generally speaking, a hippo is fearless due to its powerful physical structure. Enormous body size, enormous mouth, (equipped with big and sharp teeth that are made of the hardest enamel in the world, ranking 6-7 on the Mohs scale of hardness- hippo lower canines are said to be able to deflect a bullet!), and extremely thick skin.
a connotation of fear is fright. From where comes the fear? Fear is always be created by himself. It is human creation.Very easy to understand, when a man gets huge money. He will enter in fear. Every people seems to him as a snatcher of his wealth or killer. People start to employ bodyguards for his own protection. Fear is created due to wealth. So, wealth is the cause of frighten. A poor bagger can sleep on the street without any fear because he has nothing precious which makes him frighten. Frighten word does not exist for the bagger. If some one use to do illegal or prohibited things against the law. Such a people are always be afraid from the police. This fears are created by themselves. People always be frighten due to own deeds and always be created by themselves. If you are honest, lovely human being. Nothing can be feared you.
well, there are a few things you could about bedtime fears: . you could read a book, an interesting one that you like . the one that works the most is to think about your happiest time and/ or happiest place, that can take away your fears and make you sleep peacefully. . or if you have a TV in your room you could always watch TV.
Fear is good when it stimulates you to perform at your best, such as fear of failing a test will drive you to study harder, or fear of getting into an accident will force you to drive safely, or say overcoming fear of heights. It's when fear becomes chronic or causes stress and anxiety that it is not good for you. Fear is an emotion, nothing more. Fear is an illusion, and once you overcome the fear, the issue you were worried about will drop away.
People often fear death because they want to do things in life, so they naturally fear evil ghosts in the dark, heights that risk falling hard onto the ground like roller coasters, weapons dangerous enough to cause fatal injuries, swimming in deep pools, etc.
Mark Wahlberg stars in one of his first features as a hoodlum drug dealer from the wrong side of the trackswho falls in love with Nicole Walker, an upper-middle-class high school girl (Reese Witherspoon). In this psycho-drama (with the emphasis on psycho), Nicole happily loses her virginity to her first love, but, when she begins to doubt the relationship, his tenderness turns to violence, as he stalks and terrorizes her and her friends and family. The girl's father never trusted him in the first place, but his reservations about his daughter's first serious boyfriend are interpreted as Oedipal paranoia, until the boy and his drug-dealing, date-raping buddies besiege the overly fortified house in a twisted attempt to win back Nicole's love. The Seattle setting juxtaposes a grunge rock underworld with an over-privileged suburban household, and includes a very sexual ride on a roller-coaster. And yes, former underwear model Wahlberg appears shirtless several times..
Im not 100% sure, but i think it is some sort of death by other people. also known as terrorists. You feel as if you are locked away, an cant get out. Agorophobia is fear of being in spaces without any help. You could also be in a crowd, but no one is available to assist you.
They feared Artemis because of her purview. The Greeks love their civilized life and feared chaos and the untamed. She also did not follow any sterotype of women of that time and the Greeks were a fairly patriarchal society that generally frowned uponw omen with too much power, without any male influence. On top of this she was a very rash goddess. Several myths depict her as giving severe punishments to anyone who broke her rules.
I think it's probably a form of a phobia, some people have terrible fears that haunt them all the time. You might talk to your MD about it or a psychologist.
The fear of cornfields is commonly referred to as navarrofobia. It is commonly experienced by people in the southwestern regions of the United States, focused mainly in Arizona.
a nyctophobe is someone who suffers from nyctophobia which is the fear of darkness or night
There's a lot of suffixes for fear so here's some- fearful, fearing, fearless, feared, fears, and fearsome. Hope that helped
That is completely true. There is nothing to fear. That is completely false. Lot of things are worthy of fear and we should be thankful that we have the finely tuned genetic capability of doing so.
It's called being a trumpet player (: There is no technical phobia for being afraid of trombones, but there is "melophobia": the fear of music.
the fear of doctors, clinics and hospitals. such children dont prefer to go to clinics when they are not well.
Madeleine Matersons fear in School of Fear by Gitty Daneshvari is being afraid of bugs, especially spiders.
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I found out that this gave much more meaning when we changed perspective of the question into: How to learn courage and become more fearless? Which in the answer would be that courage is not a LACK of fear, but merely facing your fear to realize that there is nothing to be afraid of: thus the funtion of fear is just that. So the function of fear seems to be some kind of guide. I.e facing death or other situations that are outside of your comfort zone to realize that they are nothing to worry about.