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What is your biggest phobia?  How do you deal or not deal with it?




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      Linda L wrote Sep 18, 2010
    • A rat or mouse that my cat leaves on the front porch.  I ask my daughter to rid of it.  A few times when she wasn’t around, it was a huge chore to get rid of it, I’ll throw a cover on it, and armed with disposible gloves (even though I’m not going to touch it),and a small shovel to remove it off the mat and put it in a plastic bag.  Then with rags and cleaner I’ll sanitize that area big time.  Whew!!




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      Lazylola wrote Sep 18, 2010
    • driving over long bridges over water, i will drive in the middle of all the lanes if i can, white knuckling it all the way....




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      Cynthia Schmidt wrote Sep 18, 2010
    • I used to have a fear of bridges. I got over it by walking across the Golden Gate. Right now I can’t really think of any.




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      Kyah wrote Sep 18, 2010
    • I’m what shrinks call ochlophobic. I have a fear of crowds or mobs and have had it since I was in my late teens.




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      Tuliplady wrote Sep 18, 2010
    • Fear of heights is probably my biggest phobia. I’ve tried to make myself get over it, worked on roofs, etc, but it just never gets better.  This summer when I had to get up on the roof to patch holes, my palms were sweating, my heart was thundering, my knees were shaking.  Once I was actually up there, I was ok till i got too close to the edge and then all the sweating and shaking started all over again.




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      Cathie Beck wrote Sep 19, 2010
    • I had to think on this one for a few days because of course I don’t want to have phobias. LOL

      It is fear of heights. I bought a ladder to do home repairs myself and be indepentent and climbing it takes a lot of guts for me to do. I will do it but what a relief when I get down off of it!!!!  Whoo!  

      Cathie




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      Tamra wrote Sep 19, 2010
    • Snakes.  Ewwwwww!




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      Anne E wrote Sep 20, 2010
    • Fear of having wasted my life.  Tamra, I like snakes! I pray and then try to reach out to people and be kind.




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      Tamra wrote Sep 20, 2010
    • Anne, maybe you could teach me how to like them!  I can’t even stand to be in the same room/vicinity as a snake.  There’s a rattler on my back porch from a snake my kids killed recently and I have to look the other way when I walk past it!




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      Vikki Hall wrote Sep 20, 2010
    • Hmmmmm.......

      Bugs, critters, driving on bridges over water, driving thru tunnels under water, car ferries.

      One would think I’m affraid of the water but I’m not! Just cars and water I guesstongue out




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      Marya1961 wrote Sep 20, 2010
    • Close, tight places..claustrophobia and it gets worse each year, you all should see me in the MRI machine..need those sedatives!ohhhh




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