Fears and phobias are prevalent in human minds. Fears, phobias and anxieties are generally found hidden deep in our minds and constitute an essential part of our existence. A phobia is an excessive anxiety to face the reality of danger. A fear is an anxiety and becomes a phobia when it becomes risky and makes the person feel insecure about a certain thing (may be even life).
[...] Subsequently after leaving college I inquired and learned that it was the school phobia. But I wanted to control everything, to control myself while I was doing my seizures at college. I had to spend twenty times in the infirmary at the end of the year, because everything went well there. I also learned that this phobia was due to the fact that I had a class where most people did not like me. I did not pay attention but it hit me anyway. [...]
[...] As the entire phenomenon is repeated on a daily basis, it results in anguish, fears and panic attacks. The panic attacks are manifested by very violent reactions both psychologically and physically, accompanied by a great difficulty in breathing, fainting, or even developing suicidal tendencies. Evidence of school phobia The following is a letter written by a student suffering from school phobia. Anonymous, 14/10/2008 Hello I'm 16 years old. And I faced a brief stint of school phobia, accompanied by the fear of the reaction of my parents. [...]
[...] It is assessed that the phobias affect unmarried men in the age group of 15 and 21 years. The following are the different types of social phobia. School phobia This kind of phobia is prevalent among school-going children. This may be normal but if it continues for longer periods of time, it becomes a worrying factor. It is normal for children to have moments of discouragement, laziness, which make them want to skip school. This form of phobia is fairly common among children and teenagers. [...]
[...] The various fears and phobias in children are: The fear of outsiders during their 6th month The anguish of separation from the mother at 2 years Night terrors, nightmares, bedtime rituals with the fear of the dark from 3-4 years The phobia of large animals The phobia of small animals The intensity of these disorders can sometimes be disabling during their growth stages. Types of fears Apart from the phobias, there are different fears that manifest human minds. These are: Fear for yourself, for someone you love or for an object which we are attached emotionally Fear of danger can be perceived, but there is a fear of danger that is not existent or may be an imaginary danger Fear of something past, present or future Fear of seeing, hearing, being touched or touching something Fear of suffering mentally, physically getting sick or dying Fear of open spaces, confined spaces Fear of the dark or separation Phobia psychology The term phobia means a series of mental suffering that arises differently in children while they are often inconsequential in adolescents and adults. [...]
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