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    ▫ Small spaces, in which I can barely move (I guess this counts as a fear of paralysis);
    ▫ Spiders;
    ▫ Heights;

    :afraid:

    I also pass out after anything approaching about 15 minutes of constant biology-related talk, which is especially bad because I find biology just as interesting as the other sciences.

    Oh, and I'm allergic to some seafood (throat irritation) & dust (asthma flares up). :yep:

    But apart from that, everything's pretty much fine.
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    im not scared of anything
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    Becoming disabled and trapped in a body which is unable to communicate with the world around me. I'd rather I was put out of my misery really if that occurred :/
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    Snakes, large spiders and turkeys!
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    Never finding purpose.
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    Haha we had to introduce ourselves in a seminar today with what we are scared of.

    Mine was 'Walking by deep water with no barriers', which I find really freaky. Like walking on a sea wall.

    I also can't sleep on the ground floor, or next to a window. Too scary. :yep:
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    I'm scared of fear. Weird, but true.
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    So much!
    ALL bugs
    Something happening to my family/boyfriend/friends
    Crashing my car
    Being in the dark outside
    VOMITING (terrified of it embarrassing right?)
    Thunder
    Natural disasters........

    The list just goes on.......
    Such a wuss
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    I guess my main fear is flying but i didnt used to be scared of flying, just was coming home from cyprus one time and there was a storm or something and the turbulence was awful bags were being chucked out of overhead lockers and people were screaming. After that i became much more concious of little noises in the plane, and irrationally terrified that this was the plane about to plummet out of the sky. But ive started to overcome it since ive had to do flights several hours in length all on my own.

    Other than that, scared of heights and something bad happening to my family, boyfriend, friends, and anyone else thats close to me
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    Heights, but the worst is needles, got a blood test this afternoon, not looking forward to is, not had an injection for 10 years.
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    Never becoming a mountain of a man.

    Never being able to press a large person overhead.
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    i'm afraid of closed spaces,humiliation,speeches and ofcourse darkness
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    Sex with a solicitor! :eek3:
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    My car getting scratched. And MORMON MISSIONARIES!
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    My own name scares me =(
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    I suffer from hippopotomonstrosesquippedalioph obia
    It's a real pain to tell people about...
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    Being poor ................Not in the shallow sense.
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    flying :afraid:

    Well...not so much the flying, more the crashing into the sea and knowing as I'm going down that I'm going to die then my body never being found and buried. Crashing into land would also be bad.
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    Never being human enough to feel fear.
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    being away from God's path
 
 
 
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