I think I posted this link awhile back, but I really enjoy this site, so thought I'd add it again. It was founded by Joey Pantoliano, who's suffered from clinical depression.
It's fairly new, growing nicely, and has lots of helpful, useful, and even entertaining things going on - videos, blogs, NKM2 events info, "Joey's Page", plus links to other great resources, including the ones we all know like NAMI & SAMHSA, along with a few others I wasn't familiar with.
NKM2 is a "public charity, whose purpose is to remove the stigma attached to brain dis-ease through education and the breaking down of societal barriers...Goal: To make Brain Dis-ease cool and sexy...."
Hello all, many of us have phobias. Here is some info. on phobias. Feel free to list your phobias.
Phobias are the most common mental disorder in the U.S. While not comprehensive, this phobia list offers a glimpse of the many phobias that can have a serious impact on an individual's life.
Acrophobia - Fear of heights. Agliophobia - Fear of pain. Agoraphobia - Fear of open spaces or crowds. Aichmophobia - Fear of needles or pointed objects. Amaxophobia - Fear of riding in a car. Androphobia - Fear of men. Anginophobia - Fear of angina or choking. Anthrophobia - Fear of flowers. Anthropophobia - Fear of people or society. Aphenphosmphobia - Fear of being touched. Arachnophobia - Fear of spiders. Arithmophobia - Fear of numbers. Astraphobia - Fear of thunder and lightening. Ataxophobia - Fear of disorder or untidiness. Atelophobia - Fear of imperfection. Atychiphobia - Fear of failure. Autophobia - Fear of being alone. B Bacteriophobia - Fear of bacteria. Barophobia - Fear of gravity. Bathmophobia - Fear of stairs or steep slopes. Batrachophobia - Fear of amphibians. Belonephobia - Fear of pins and needles. Bibliophobia - Fear of books. Botanophobia - Fear of plants. C Cacophobia - Fear of ugliness. Catagelophobia - Fear of being ridiculed. Catoptrophobia - Fear of mirrors. Chionophobia - Fear of snow. Chromophobia - Fear of colors. Chronomentrophobia - Fear of clocks. Claustrophobia - Fear of confined spaces. Coulrophobia - Fear of clowns. Cyberphobia - Fear of computers. Cynophobia - Fear of dogs. D Dendrophobia - Fear of trees. Dentophobia - Fear of dentists. Domatophobia - Fear of houses. Dystychiphobia - Fear of accidents. E Ecophobia - Fear of the home. Elurophobia - Fear of cats. Entomophobia - Fear of insects. Ephebiphobia - Fear of teenagers. Equinophobia - Fear of horses. G Gamophobia - Fear of marriage. Genuphobia - Fear of knees. Glossophobia - Fear of speaking in public. Gynophobia - Fear of women. H Heliophobia - Fear of the sun. Hemophobia - Fear of blood. Herpetophobia - Fear of reptiles. Hydrophobia - Fear of water. I Iatrophobia - Fear of doctors. Insectophobia - Fear of insects. K Koinoniphobia - Fear of rooms. L Leukophobia - Fear of the color white. Lilapsophobia - Fear of tornadoes and hurricanes. Lockiophobia - Fear of childbirth. M Mageirocophobia - Fear of cooking. Megalophobia - Fear of large things. Melanophobia - Fear of the color black. Microphobia - Fear of small things. Mysophobia - Fear of dirt and germs. N Necrophobia - Fear of death or dead things. Noctiphobia - Fear of the night. Nosocomephobia - Fear of hospitals. O Obesophobia - Fear of gaining weight. Octophobia - Fear of the figure 8. Ombrophobia - Fear of rain. Ophidiophobia - Fear of snakes. Ornithophobia - Fear of birds. P Papyrophobia - Fear of paper. Pathophobia - Fear of disease. Pedophobia - Fear of children. Philophobia - Fear of love. Phobophobia - Fear of phobias. Podophobia - Fear of feet. Porphyrophobia - Fear of the color purple. Pteridophobia - Fear of ferns. Pteromerhanophobia - Fear of flying. Pyrophobia - Fear of fire. S Scolionophobia - Fear of school. Selenophobia - Fear of the moon. Sociophobia - Fear of social evaluation. Somniphobia - Fear of sleep. T Tachophobia - Fear of speed. Technophobia - Fear of technology. Tonitrophobia - Fear of thunder. Trypanophobia - Fear of injections. V-Z Venustraphobia - Fear of beautiful women. Verminophobia - Fear of germs. Wiccaphobia - Fear of witches and witchcraft. Xenophobia - Fear of strangers or foreigners. Zoophobia - Fear of animals.
My phobias are:
Claustrophobia. I hate getting an MRI done, because its like being in a coffin.
Acrophobia. Fear of heights
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