You always seem to find a reason to stop seeing someone after the third date, or the other person senses your hesitation and ends things. Stygiophobia or Stigiophobia— Fear of hell. However, I have no desire to seek treatment or change. Scotomaphobia— Fear of blindness in visual field. I rather remain alone than face rejection or something worse. I have friends and all but when it comes to love I freak out and feel like running away.
The real issue though is what do you do about it. They act like strangers, especially my dad. Batophobia— Fear of heights or being close to high buildings. Again jumping from place to place. One recent study determined that child molesters exhibited significantly higher levels of fear of intimacy than rapists, nonsexually abusing inmates, and a control group of law-abiding citizens. So how do you know the difference? As I got older, saw dad maybe twice a month at his sisters house….
I breathed heavily with the door locked, staying in there for half an hour. This went on my entire life into adulthood. You have some emotionally based misunderstanding of how you fit into the world, your self esteem is low or you overly get attached to others once they get close to you, probably a little bit of all. There were things that happened you had no control over and there is no point in looking back at what could have been done differently. My situation is a bit different from yours though. People are so cruel to one another.
Batrachophobia— Fear of amphibians, such as frogs, newts, salamanders, etc. Gerontophobia— Fear of old people or of growing old. Venustraphobia— Fear of beautiful women. I did suffer from break up as well and I clearly do not wish to get involved anymore. Not here to vent, but for help so that I can be with someone again. If it is a frequent fear, work with someone a therapist who deals in anxieties and fears to help you over come this There are many dynamics at play here and I know there is much more to this story, so any attempts to explain your sons behaviors would be inaccurate, other than to say he has unresolved issues, is deeply conflicted about himself, his identity, his past and how he can process his emotions. Mindfulness and emotional intelligence Anxiety thrives by focusing on the future and the past, engendering worry about what will go wrong, how the future will play out or how past events have gone wrong.
Phobias can be just freak conditions that happen for no reason. If your partner is the one with the commitment phobia and the reluctance to get married — and if all your attempts to help them work through these fears have failed — then you may eventually need to gently lay down an ultimatum: commit or break up. Glossophobia— Fear of speaking in public or of trying to speak. And slightly afraid of this with strangers? Acarophobia— Fear of itching or of the insects that cause itching. Bogyphobia— Fear of bogeys or the bogeyman.
It might cost you much effort and patience, a true test of your love. Entomophobia is the fear of bugs, but that will not cover your situation completely. Cleithrophobia or Cleisiophobia— Fear of being locked in an enclosed place. Autophobia— Fear of being alone or of oneself. Most phobia names are made up by using the Greek or Latin word and placing phobia behind it. Gelotophobia— Fear of being laughed at.
As a result, our relationships are often strained or distant. People like to throw labels on things and the label of phobia often become a catch all for larger and more complicated concerns. Paraskavedekatriaphobia— Fear of Friday the 13th. I do wish I could be in relationships like everyone else one day, but until I get therapy, I wish to deal with a lot of it on my own. Hippopotomonstrosesquipedaliophobia- Fear of long words. Taphephobia or Taphophobia— Fear of being buried alive or of cemeteries.
And I have no idea how this started. Got all too long, well thanks for reading. Mindfulness is a conscious effort to focus on the present moment, the here-and-now. Frigophobia— Fear of cold or cold things. Is there a fear of being without someone you know in a public place? © 2019 Scientific American, a Division of Nature America, Inc. I hope I can get over this because there are really beautiful people on this planet and ones who have loved me and wanted to get to know me and I know it would be wonderful to have a healthy relationship with someone I love and I have it feel wonderful instead of horrible. Trying to battle these thoughts or fears by force or anyother method may work for a while, but eventually you will have to try something different.
Even I took so long to understand that I may have a fear of love. Campbell echoed: It can affect people in committed relationships. I saw there is a fear for not being able to catch things, but mine is the opposite. Whether you find a name for it or not will be less important than you addressing the fear. First of all because of my parents, they literally got divorced when I was at 6th grade.