For some folks it can be very scary to talk to a large group of listeners. In some cases speakers are afraid they aren't going to remember what they have to say or say the wrong things or embarrass themselves
Fear of public speaking is common. It is a form of performance anxiety in which a person may have a panic attack while speaking. So to avoid the fear ignore the audience and initially avoid eye contact with them.
Little Jack HornerLittle Jack Horner sat in the corner
Little Miss Muffet
Sat on a tuffet,
Eating her curds and whey.
Along came a spider
Who sat down beside her
And frightened Miss Muffet away.
ANSWER: LITTLE MISS MUFFET
The migrant men are called "Okies" in California.
Aquaphobia. Hydrophobia is a morbid fear of water.
They're all very common, everyday fears. Some of them are fear of snakes, of birds, and of public speaking.
Usually 16-20 is the average flight of stairs.
Yes, the fear of long words does exist.
There are two names for this phobia. The first is hippopotomonstrosesquipedaliophobia. The second, a shorter version, is sesquipedalophobia.
Ironically they are both long words.
Yes, a phobia is just an irrational fear of something. I can think of few things that it's more irrational to be scared of than golf carts.
Phobia isn't where you think things are disgusting, its where you fear something so bad, that you can't stand it. Someone that i know has a phobia of spiders, and one time there was a spider in her car, and she pulled over in the middle of the freeway and climed on top of her car, and rode home in a police car. THAT'S what phobia is.
Because it is a private part of the body, people don't like it.
Yes, the phobia of wet dreams actually exists.
The medical world calls this phobia Oneirogmophobia.
False Evidence Appearing Real, this is the root of fear. It starts with a thought provoked by a feeling and ending in fear, which can result in panic attacks and so forth. Usually the only thing we are fearful of are blown out of proportioned thoughts and feelings.
Yes, but there is a consequence to face. Anyone can say anything they want (with limits) but it might be harmful to your life. Such as suspension from school, being kicked off a plane, being grounded by your parents, and so much more. I wouldn't allow yourself or your children to swear, but you are the parent in that case.
We become fearful because we sometimes have bad experiences and this is your body's reaction to something that is frightening you.
Fear can do a lot of things to a person. Fear can stop people from moving, cause people to lose control of their bowel, cause people to shake, panic, scream, breathe heavily, breathe uncontrolably, cry, and yes even stop breathing. In some cases, it can cause a person to lose pigment in their skin, make their hair stand, or send eerie chills up one's spine. In the worst cases, it can go as far as causing someone's death.
Most often if you stop breathing from fright, you will pass out and start breathing again .
ALL PHOBIAS are caused by past experiences!
Anthropophobia fear of meeting new people =)
Fear of butter. Phobias are emotional disorders.
The Greek word for butter is "boutyron." You can make up your own phobia if you like.
Pogonophobia ... pogon for beards and phobia for fear.
In Greek mythology it is Phobos. Not every religion includes a god of fear.