What your FEARS say about your personality?!
There are millions of quizzes on the internet that can help you in order to get to know your personality better. Vocabulary quiz, colour quiz, number quiz, do you see quiz and so many others! We always wonder which one is the most accurate one. Today we are back with a new, more reliable quiz!
This time let’s see what your fears have to say about your personality.
Are you scared of blood? Have you ever wondered what that can say about your personality? If the answer to the first question is YES then you most probably are suffering from hemophobia. According to Wikipedia hemophobia is the extreme and irrational fear of blood, a type of specific phobia. Severe cases of this fear can cause physical reactions that are uncommon in most other fears. People with this phobia are mostly calm and they care a lot about their body and their healthy diet.
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Fear of germs is called mysophobia. More commonly known as "germaphobia" or "germ phobia", is a pathological fear of germs, dirt, and above all of the contamination. The term was coined by Dr William Alexander Hammond in 1879 when describing a case of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) exhibited in repeatedly washing one's hands. People with this phobia are a little bit more nervous and anxious than the ones around them. They would like to keep things clean and tidy.
If you are scared of spiders, you may suffer from arachnophobia. Arachnophobia is a specific phobia, an abnormal fear of spiders. It is among the most common of all phobias. The reactions of arachnophobes often seem irrational to others (and sometimes to the sufferers themselves). People with arachnophobia tend to feel uneasy in any area they believe could harbour spiders or that has visible signs of their presence, such as webs. The good news is that you have a very strong, independent personality and are inspirational leaders!
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The phobia for this one is called nyctophobia. It is a pathological fear of the dark. Its symptoms include breathlessness, excessive sweating, nausea, dry mouth, feeling sick, shaking, heart palpitations, inability to speak or think clearly or sensation of detachment from reality and death. Fear of the dark is common in children and often passes as they mature. People with this phobia are quite joyful and vivacious and have a creative mind.
Ophidiophobia is the phobia of people who are scared of snakes. Ophidiophobia or ophiophobia is a particular type of specific phobia, the abnormal fear of snakes. Fear of snakes is sometimes called by a more general term, herpetophobia, fear of reptiles and/or amphibians. These people will do anything in their power for their family and friends and are extremely loving and devoted.
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6. Stage Fright
The fear of public speaking is called glossophobia. It is believed to be the single most common phobia affecting as much as 75% of the population. Fear of oration is ranked even above that of death. These people are introverted. That doesn’t mean that they don’t have many friends, they prefer to have few people with strong bonds around and mostly they like to stay alone with their own thoughts.
Despite what we may think, there are people who are scared of these hilarious clowns. The phobia related to this fear is called coulrophobia. It is not uncommon among children but is also sometimes found in teenagers and adults as well. Sufferers sometimes acquire a fear of clowns after having a bad experience with one person or seeing a sinister portrayal of one in the media. This fear can arise from seeing a clown in person, or in pictures. These people don’t appreciate dishonesty and expect everyone to be candid and straightforward to them just like they are.
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This is a very common phobia as you all know and it’s called acrophobia. It can be dangerous, as sufferers can experience a panic attack in a high place and become too agitated to get themselves down safely. Like all fears and phobias, altophobia is created by the unconscious mind as a protective mechanism. People with this phobia are a complete paradox. Although they are immensely sociable and open to new people and new ideas, at the same time, they are afraid of unknown things!
Not even a person lives on planet earth that was never afraid of loneliness. At some points in life, we all were scared! Fear of being alone is called monophobia. It is the specific phobia of isolation. Sufferers cannot be physically alone. They often believe that they are being ignored or unloved. They are the life of the parties. Never do they miss a chance to go out and spend their time with friends. They want to be in a relationship because being single scares them. Which one of these was accurate about you?
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