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No and I wouldn't worry about it. Everyone has a phobia or two. Here are some: Heights, elevators, flying, driving across bridges, afraid of people in society, fear of pub…lic speaking or fear of being ridiculed or not fitting in. Some people have to check every window and door where they live before they can go to sleep and if they should forget they will get up and do it. Repetition of certain things such as eating certain foods on one's plate methodically is a phobia. Phobias can include nail biting, biting their lower lip, clicking teeth, twisting hair or pulling hair out. Cutting oneself to "feel something." On and on it goes. I prefer to write with black ink and sometimes I haven't been paying attention when I have bought the pen and end up with blue ink. I'll write with it, but don't like it (don't like the color on the paper) and as soon as possible will go out and buy the black pen. The odd thing is, I don't mind red ink on occasion. Marcy There is a fear of writting Writing- Graphophobia. Writing in public- Scriptophobia.
The name of the phobia related to the fear of the color yellow is Xanthophobia. See Web Links for a complete list of phobias and their names
Answer The fear of blushing or the color red is: Erythrophobia, Erytophobia or Ereuthophobia
I don't belive there is one. There's purple and red, but no specific pink. There is not a specific medical term for the fear of the color pink. However, there is a pho…bia for the fear of colors in general. This phobia is called Chromatophobia.
Chlorophobia - Fear of the color green.
Phobophobia - fear of having a phobia.
Chromophobia is the fear of colors, and Chrysophobia is the specific fear of the color orange which affects 250000 Americans. It is defined as a fear of anything holding the c…olor or resembling the color orange and can differ between having an extreme distaste for the color to being unable to touch something or view something orange.
Phobophobia. (As in FDR's famous statement, "We have nothing to fear but fear itself".)
It is Latin for fear (usually irrational) and is a suffix for some Latin words and phrases. For example claustrophobia is the fear of enclosed/small spaces.
There is not a phobia for the fear of white socks. But there is a phobia for the color white. Leukophobia.