Spiders any size or variety and snakes venomous or non, really I think both of those are normal fears.
I do have sort of a strange phobia involving showers. I have to either have a clear shower curtain or arrange the curtain where I can see out, usually resulting in a puddle of water on the floor. This is directly related to my having seen the movie Psycho at the tender age of 6 ( a good reason older siblings should never be allowed to babysit!). Scared me for life and even 35 years later I still can't take a shower without being able to see the door of the bathroom. I'm sure Hitchcock would be proud of his accomplishment.
I have a phobia of demons/haunted houses, even though I force myself to watch scary movies about them and get freaked out for months afterward. I have a slight fear/aversion to unpeeled orange segments...I saw one once and it just disturbed me so much I had to lie down---yep because of an orange smh...
Charm is deceptive, and beauty is fleeting; but a woman who fears the LORD is to be praised.- Proverbs 31:30
I used to love the beach but one time I was on holidays and there were some really big waves. They kept pulling me out from the beach and I felt like I was drowning. It was horrible because there wasn't anything I could do. My Dad helped me get back onto the beach.
Now I'm afraid of big waves. I don't mind beaches or the sea and I'll go into the sea but not when it gets above my elbows or if there are waves that would be strong enough to pull me out. Mostly I just stand at the very shore so the water only covers my feet but yea now I'm totally afraid of waves.
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Uh.... any and all transportation... ever since a car accident I've been in I can't stand being in cars, at all, I just sit there and bite my lips and hold on to the seat. I usually avoid cars and stay quiet on my bus. I wish I could walk everywhere honestly. Although I don't know if it's a fear... I also sweat.. violently? xD I don't know if that's a good adjective. I also start to cry but I usually try to hold it in. It might not be a phobia, just trauma from the crash but it's been quite a long length of time and I loathe the idea of driving in my lifetime.
It doesn't matter if I'm a prince, king, or a nobody.I'll always be your knight who watches over and protects you, because you're my one and only princess, Alice.
-Lance from the Wonderland Days Sim Date by Pacthesis
I wouldn't call it a phobia, but Aquarium shows absolutely terrify me. I hate deep water. And big fish-- if they're not dead.
Being surrounded by dark water and a bunch of fish creeps me out. I think it's because I've almost drowned three times. I can't swim T^T
Ever since I was little, I've had a weird irrational fear of falling down stairs. It used to be a quite frequent recurring dream o_O
Recently, my mum told me that when I was a baby, I DID fall downstairs accidentally! (I was okay thank goodness) No wonder I fear it so much!
*A dream's a wish your heart makes, when you're fast asleep*
I have this irrational fear of darkness that spawned from halloween pranks on me when I was little
I do have:
Aichmophobia a fear of needles or pointed objects
Batophobia a fear of heights or being close to high buildings
Coulrophobia a fear of clowns
Dishabiliophobia a fear of undressing in front of someone
Insects, insects, hmm... Insects. No, wait, that's so not it. Let's see. Abandoned buildings, darkness, the beach while in night time, that creepy music, like in Fallout, god knows its name, which always reminds me of apocalyptic landscapes, clowns (oh, how I hate them, let me count the ways), my grandma, little children and heavy metal.
That's... Oddly romantic. And totally encouraging. - Cosima Niehaus