A phobia is worse than a fear. What can we learn about it?
Human instincts for survival instill in us the fear of certain creatures, natural elements, and other threats. This is a natural, normal thing for good reasons. But what happens when a fear turns into a phobia? What can we do when a phobia becomes unmanageable and haunts us regularly? In this concise guide, you will find answers and solutions.
Arachnophobia (that stems from the Greek words for “fear of spiders”) is a common, well-known phobia. But there are many other phobias, including some less frequently mentioned ones that may surprise you. However interesting all these listings are, what is more important, is that we learn how they come to existence and how we can overcome them. Aside from these topics, the book will also go more into depth regarding these issues:
- The reality of why we have phobias and when they get out of hand.
- Insights into the cerebral structure and how it functions or dysfunctions during the trigger of a phobic encounter.
- An overview of some of the most common phobias and their symptoms.
- Shocking facts about phobias that may blow your mind.
- The difference between simple and complex phobias.
- Treatments, remedies, and therapy for phobias you need to know about.
Phobias are real, and they can turn an individual into an irrational patient if not handled well. Safe and effective methods to counter these extreme feelings of fear need to be assessed and put into practice if we are to fight the problems related to it, and protect the victims involved. You can be part of that knowledgeable force of caring people who are knowledgeable and savvy about phobias. You can be someone who helps another in need. If something like that is what you’re looking for, then this audiobook is for you.
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informative but not what I was looking for. I was looking for something that would help me through my phobias. This just gives me info about them.
And interesting at the same time. I wasn't aware of all those phobias and it makes more sense now what my grandma has gone through, since she had a phobia and it was pretty irrational.