Here Are The Actual Names Of All The Phobias You Have
Dec 22, 2015 12:42
There's a high chance you're afraid of something, or anything! And there's also a good chance you didn't know that the thing you're afraid of has an official name. Here are the names of some of the most common phobias:
Glossophobia- The fear of speaking in public.
Politicophobia- The fear or abnormal dislike of politicians
Lockiophobia- the fear of childbirth. If you don’t suffer from this, you’re probably a man.
Ophthalmophobia- The fear of being stared at
Macrophobia- The fear of long waits
Gelotophobia- The fear of being laughed at
Nyctohylophobia- The fear of dark wooded areas at night. If you don’t have this fear, you’ve probably never seen a horror movie.
Metathesiophobia- A fear of change
Athazagoraphobia- The fear of being forgotten, abandoned, or ignored.
Gerascophobia- The fear of growing old
Blennophobia- The fear of slime.
Hellenologophobia- The fear of Greek terms or difficult scientific terminology
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