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         Phobias:     more books (100)
  1. The Anxiety & Phobia Workbook, Fourth Edition by Edmund J. Bourne, 2005-05
  2. The Pop-Up Book of Phobias by Gary Greenberg, 1999-11-03
  3. Beyond Anxiety and Phobia: A Step-by-Step Guide to Lifetime Recovery by Edmund J. Bourne, 2001-03-30
  4. Anxiety & Phobia Workbook by Edmund J. Bournes, 2010-10-21
  5. Mastering Your Fears and Phobias: Therapist Guide (Treatments That Work) by Michelle G. Craske, Martin M. Antony, et all 2006-09-07
  6. Anxiety, Phobias, and Panic by Reneau Z. Peurifoy, 2005-02-01
  7. Anxiety Disorders and Phobias: A Cognitive Perspective by Aaron Beck, Ph.D. Gary Emery, 2005-06-29
  8. Treating Affect Phobia: A Manual for Short-Term Dynamic Psychotherapy by Leigh McCullough, Nat Kuhn MDPhd, et all 2003-01-24
  9. Anxiety & Phobia Workbook (Volume 2 of 2) by Edmund J. Bournes, 2010-10-21
  10. Mastering Your Fears and Phobias: Workbook (Treatments That Work) by Martin M. Antony, Michelle G. Craske, et all 2006-08-31
  11. Overcoming Medical Phobias: How to Conquer Fear of Blood, Needles, Doctors, And Dentists by Martin M. Antony, Mark A., M.D. Watling, 2006-03-03
  12. The A to Z of Phobias, Fears, and Anxieties (Library of Health and Living) by Ronald M., Ph.D. Doctor, Ada P. Kahn, et all 2008-02-28
  13. Dying of Embarrassment: Help for Social Anxiety & Phobia by Barbara G. Markway, C. Alec Pollard, et all 1992-10
  14. Math: Facing an American Phobia by Marilyn Burns, 1998-02-01

1. Funny Phobias Most Of The People In The World Have A Fear Of One
Funny phobias Most of the people in the world have a fear of one kind or another. Not so common, people may suffer from antinomial phobias.
Funny Phobias Most of the people in the world have a fear of one kind or another. While most people suffer from pathophobia (fear of disease), monophobia (fear of being alone), glossophobia (fear of public speaking), algophobia (fear of pain), taphephobia (fear of being buried alive), and many more, there are also some less popular phobias. At the end of this essay, I have compiled a list of the phobias that I find amusing. There are many people in the world that suffer from polyphobia, which simply means to have more than one fear. Not so common, people may suffer from antinomial phobias. For example, there are some people that live with vestiophobia (fear of clothes) and gymnophobia (fear of nudity). Another example is people with achluophobia (fear of darkness) and photophobia (fear of light). Watch out guys, within the next seven years, you will probably get married and you will suffer from pentheraphobia, which is one of the scariest phobias in existence, the fear of your mother-in-law! Not all phobias have been in existence for thousands of years. I’m sure that brontophobia (fear of thunder and lightning), febriphobia (fear of fever), and ophidiophobia (fear of snakes) have existed since the Black Ages. Some of the phobias that have formed in the last two centuries would be electrophobia (fear of electricity), motorphobia (fear of automobiles), and aviophobia (fear of flying). In 1945, a brand new phobia was quickly created and escalated drastically in the 1950’s. It is called nucleomituphobia, which is the fear or nuclear weapons. But that’s not the newest phobia in existence as of today. This threat is called cyberphobia (fear of computers). In mild cases, people may be afraid to use a computer or an ATM. In today’s society, technology is deeply integrated. Computers are used in calculators, cars, microwaves, power tools, and many more. So to the cyberphobic, I say, “Get over it, or go to the extreme and move away from the city, abandon your car, hand build your home, hand pump your water, build your fires, and hunt for your own food!” If you have a phobia, there is still hope for you. Phobias can be cured. Remember when you were a child and suffered from clinophobia (fear of going to bed) because of bogyphobia (fear of the bogeyman), achluophobia (fear of darkness), and lachanophobia (fear of vegetables). Now chances are good that you go to bed without checking your closet or looking under your bed, that you don’t go ballistic if the lights go out, and that you eat a salad every so often. Phobias can deeply impact a person’s life. A person with chronophobia (fear of time) probably won’t make it to their 10:00AM dentist appointment on time. A person with chaetophobia (fear of hair) is most likely bald, has no eyelashes, no eyebrows, etc. A person with cibophobia (fear of food) usually hasn’t eaten in weeks and could easily be anorexic. This proves how serious and destructive phobias can be. If you do suffer from any strange phobias, I would suggest calling one-eight-hundred-phobias, for arithmophobics (people who fear numbers) or for logophobics (people who fear words), 1-800-635-1317. This phone number is for entertainment purposes only. Now on a more serious note, in all the years I’ve lived and all the knowledge I’ve acquired, I can only find one, yes one, valid fear. This fear is called zeusophobia, which is the fear of God. In Heaven, the false phobias are destroyed, but in Hell they can be amplified. I still find it hilarious, though, that these phobias exist, especially since someone must have experienced these fears so they could be valid phobias. So if you experience arachibutyrophobia, you’re probably one in a million, but you’re still out there. some fears may be listed more than once A Ablutophobia- Fear of washing or bathing Aerophobia- Fear of swallowing air Ambulophobia- Fear of walking Anablephobia- Fear of looking up Anemophobia- Fear of wind Anthrophobia- Fear of flowers Arachibutyrophobia- Fear of peanut butter sticking to the roof of the mouth. Arithmophobia- Fear of numbers Aulophobia- Fear of flutes Auroraphobia- Fear of Northern Lights B Barophobia- Fear of gravity Basophobia- Fear of walking Batophobia- Fear of being close to high buildings Bibliophobia- Fear of books Blennophobia- Fear of slime Bogyphobia- Fear of the bogeyman C Cathisophobia- Fear of sitting Catoptrophobia- Fear of mirrors Chaetophobia- Fear of hair Chionophobia- Fear of snow Chromatophobia- Fear of colors Chronophobia- Fear of time Chronomentrophobia- Fear of clocks Cibophobia- Fear of food Clinophobia- Fear of going to bed Cnidophobia- Fear of string D Deciophobia- Fear of making decisions Dendrophobia- Fear of trees Dextrophobia- Fear of objects at the right side of the body Didaskaleinophobia- Fear of school E Eisoptrophobia- Fear of mirrors Eleutherophobia- Fear of freedom Eosophobia- Fear of daylight Epistemophobia- Fear of knowledge Ergophobia- Fear of work Ereuthophobia- Fear of the color red G Geliophobia- Fear of laughter Geniophobia- Fear of chins Genuphobia- Fear of knees Geumaphobia- Fear of taste Gnosiophobia- Fear of knowledge Graphophobia- Fear of writing H Heliophobia- Fear of the sun Helmintophobia- Fear of being infested with worms Hemophobia- Fear of blood Hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobia- Fear of long words Homichlophobia- Fear of fog Hypnophobia- Fear of sleep I Ichthyophobia- Fear of fish Ideophobia- Fear of ideas K Kainophobia- Fear of anything new Kathisophobia- Fear of sitting down L Lachanophobia- Fear of vegetables Leukophobia- Fear of the color white Levophobia- Fear of objects to the left side of the body Linonophobia- Fear of string Logophobia- Fear of words M Melanophobia- Fear of the color black Melophobia- Fear of music Metrophobia- Fear of poetry Mnemophobia- Fear of memories Mottephobia- Fear of moths N Nebulaphobia- Fear of fog Neophobia- Fear of anything new Nephophobia- Fear of clouds Nomatophobia- Fear of names O Octophobia- Fear of the number 8 Ommetaphobia- Fear of eyes Oneirophobia- Fear of dreams Ophthalmophobia- Fear of opening one’s eyes Ostraconophobia- Fear of shellfish P Panophobia- Fear of everything Papyrophobia- Fear of paper Paraskavedekatriaphobia- Fear of Friday the 13th Peladophobia- Fear of bald people Phengophobia- Fear of daylight Phobophobia- Fear of fear Photophobia- Fear of light Phronemophobia- Fear of thinking Pogonophobia- Fear of beards S Sciophobia- Fear of shadows Scolionophobia- Fear of school Selenophobia- Fear of the moon Siderophobia- Fear of stars Sitophobia- Fear of food Sophophobia- Fear of learning Stasibasiphobia- Fear of walking T Thaasophobia- Fear of sitting Trichopathophobia- Fear of hair Triskadekaphobia- Fear of the number 13 V Verbophobia- Fear of words X Xanthophobia- Fear of the color yellow

2. The Phobia List
Curing phobias, Shyness and Obsessive Compulsive Disorders by Howard Liebgold MD Phobia List T-Shirts please visit our sponsors
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I have been working on this list for several years. It started as a lark one day and grew from there.
Please don't ask me about curing phobias because I know little about them. My interest is in the names only.
All the phobia names on this list have been found in some reference book.
If you're looking for a phobia name that's not on the list....Sorry, but I don't have it. NAVIGATION The PHOBIA LIST FAQ's Page-
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Ablutophobia- Fear of washing or bathing. Acarophobia- Fear of itching or of the insects that cause itching. Acerophobia- Fear of sourness.

3. The Indexed Phobia List
Please don t ask me about curing phobias because I know little about them. My interest is in the names only. Philosophy Philsosphobia. phobias- Phobophobia.
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This is an indexed listing of The Phobia List. Many thanks to Robert Haining for his work in compiling the list in this order.
Please don't ask me about curing phobias because I know little about them. My interest is in the names only.
All the phobia names on this list have been found in some reference book.
If you're looking for a phobia name that's not on the list...........Sorry, but I don't have it. NAVIGATION The PHOBIA LIST FAQ's Page-
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13, number- Triskadekaphobia.
8, number- Octophobia.
Abuse: sexual- Contreltophobia.

4. MedlinePlus: Phobias
Other health topics A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W XYZ List of All Topics. phobias. Search MEDLINE for recent research articles on . phobias National Women's Health Information Center) phobias ( Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research) NIH organization for research on phobias is the National Institute of Mental
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5. Phobias Cured
Information about how to receive neurolinguistic programming to possibly help those suffering from phobias.
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Step-by-step, powerful and effective techniques oodles of people have used to reduce, remove or eliminate their phobias. Dear friend, If you'd like to learn to overcome your phobia as quickly and easily as possible, then this might be the most important letter you'll ever read. Here's why: I have the information you need to take care of your phobia - without taking needless, ineffective drugs and spending thousands of dollars and countless hours on treatment methods that don't work! Now, I know you're probably skeptical. That's normal and healthy. Let me give you three good reasons I can back up what I claim: Three Reasons To Believe What I Say Reason one: Not to toot my own horn, but I'm accepted world-wide as a leading expert on phobias. I've been interviewed on national television, radio, magazines and newspapers and myself treated and cured severe, long-time phobics in front of countless live audiences. I appeared in front of over two million people last year alone, talking about and curing phobias wherever I went. Over 200,000 phobia sufferers a year come to my organization

6. The Phobias Page
The phobias. The Web link beside phobia names searches the web using Alta Vista for that phobia. Phobophobia Fear of phobias. Book.
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The [Web] link beside phobia names searches the web using Alta Vista for that phobia.
The [Book] link beside some phobia names searches for books relating to that topic.
The [Movie] link beside some phobia names searches The Internet Movie Database for television and film productions relating to that topic.
While this page is hardly definitive, i've worked very hard at making it comprehensive. I'm not done - i'll work on it as i can. I've footnoted sources wherever possible. Please mail me at with any comments, questions, or corrections you may have.
Feel free to link into this page. Each letter and each phobia name is also an anchor. To have the word, say, lilapsophobia , appear as a link to its definition here use
<a href="">lilapsophobia</a> Jump List: The Linguistic Fun Page OjoHaven Feedback a ... z
  • Abluthophobia : Fear of bathing.
  • Acarophobia : Fear of itching or of the insects that cause itching. Fear of skin infestation by mites or ticks
  • Acerophobia : Fear of sourness
  • Achluophobia : Fear of darkness.

7. American Psychiatric Association
Lets Talk Facts About . . . phobias. " My heart starts beating so fast . . . it feels like its going to explode. My throat closes and I cant breathe. I start to choke. My hands start sweating. phobias affect people of all ages, from all walks of life, and in every part of the country reported that 5.1%12.5% of Americans have phobias. They are the most

8. NMHA MHIC Factsheet: Anxiety Disorders - Phobias
The National Mental Health Association (NMHA) is the countrys oldest and largest nonprofit organization addressing all aspects of mental health and mental illness working to improve the Anxiety
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Phobias E veryone feels anxious or uneasy from time to time. Your first day on a new job, planning for a long trip, going to the dentist....your palms sweat, you feel shaky, your heart pounds. Some anxiety helps to keep you focused on the job at hand. However, when your anxiety is so serious that it interferes with your work, leads you to avoid certain situations or keeps you from enjoying life, you may be suffering from a form of the most common type of mental disorder, an anxiety disorder. Anxiety disorders are not just a case of "nerves." You can’t overcome an anxiety disorder just through willpower, nor can the symptoms be ignored or wished away. These disorders cause you to feel anxious most of the time, making some everyday situations so uncomfortable that you may avoid them entirely. Or, you may experience occasional instances of anxiety that are so terrifying and intense that you may be immobilized with fear. Although these conditions can be very frightening and disabling, they are also very treatable. It is important to recognize the symptoms and seek help. Specifically, Phobias afflict as many as 12 percent of all Americans. They are the most common psychiatric illness in women and the second most common in men over age 25. Phobias are not all the same. There are three main groups which include:

9. Home Page
Classification of phobias and information about treatment. Includes some information about panic attacks as well.
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Home Search the Web: Powered by: What are you afraid of today? No matter what your fear, there are probably other people who are afraid of the same thing. In the West, phobias are the one of the most commonly diagnosed mental disorders.The phobic person is not alone. As much as thirteen percent of the population may currently have phobias, and as many as sixty percent of people have been affected by a phobia at some point in their life. When the fears of the phobic person get to the point of causing great anxiety, and start to disrupt normal life, it is time to get some help. If these fears cause misery, or a desire to flee from the fear, (the Greek word phobos means extreme fear and flight), the phobic person may need some help to get over these fears. The Greeks, Phobos was a god who could help them win in battle. Phobos could so confuse the enemy, and strike in them a feeling of abject terror. The enemy would be stunned into inaction, so that the victory of the Greeks would be assured. For some people, even just the thought of their phobia is enough to provoke the fear response of the actual feared situation. Sometimes the fear is so strong they can feel physical symptoms such as dizziness or nausea, many of the same feelings that come with

10. Anxiety And Phobias
Introduction to the subject, its symptoms and causes, how to get help, including information on anxiety and phobias in children.

11. Anxiety Disorders Among Children
A source of information regarding the more common types of anxiety disorders, such as separation anxiety, panic disorder, social phobias, and obsessivecompulsive disorder.
Common anxiety and related problems among children For more information, click on the disorder that interest you: - Fears of being away from Mom and Dad
or of sleeping alone - fear and avoidance of elevators, heights or water
- fear and avoidance of certain animals, insects
- unreasonable fear of needles or blood - physical sensations like racing heart, trouble catching breath, dizziness
- panic attacks or feeling really scared out of the blue - frequent prolonged worrying
- worries that are hard to control - uncomfortable shyness
- reluctance to talk or interact or attend social events - intrusive unpleasant thoughts
- need to repeat certain actions - involuntary muscle movement
- repetitive vocalizations - repetitive pulling of hair - failure to speak in one or more specific social situations Selective Mutism home anxiety problems studies treatment ... contact us

12. A Simple Self Hypnosis Technique
An effective Self Hypnosis method. Eliminate fears, phobias, bad habits, weight problems, and nervousness. Create self esteem, confidence, and charismatic appeal.

13. Scared
Discusses separation anxiety, thunderstorm anxiety and obsessivecompulsive disorder.
Phobias and Other Anxiety Separation anxiety - it's not just for doggies anymore. Cats have the ability to be just as destructive and annoying as dogs, in this regard. Well, maybe not AS annoying.
Separation anxiety is demonstrated by several things, centered on how the cat acts when you leave, when you're gone, and when you return. Here, your cat is a dog. You try to leave, and she runs to the door, crying, climbing at the wall, saying take me too!! She tries to sneak out the door and run with you to work. When you're gone, she cries, and destroys things she never does when you're around. And when you return, it's the biggest event of the world - all is right, because you are home!!
Flattering, but...not preferable. Your cat must be retrained, because it's causing her extreme stress every time you leave, she's destroying things, and you may not always be able to successfully chase her when she sneaks out. What can you do?
The first task is for the owner. Change *your* routine. We don't realize it, but we do the exact same things again and again every day. Your cat will figure out that when you put on shoes, turn off the TV, pick up your briefcase and grab your keys, you're on the way out. So, instead, do things out of order. Put your keys in your pocket a half hour before you're ready to leave. Put on your shoes right away after showering. When you aren't leaving, go put on your shoes, pick up your keys and bag - and walk back to the couch and sit down. This will help to break her of the patterned response.

14. PsychOptions
Online counseling, therapy, and support for depression, anxiety, loss, pet loss, grieving, phobias, eldercare and aging, cancer and chronic illness, emotional trauma, chronic pain, and stress. Email or telephone contact.

15. THE PHOBIA LIST: Overcome Phobias In Just 24 Hours At The Phobia Clinic™..
phobias The Phobia Clinic helps people quickly overcome any Phobia, Fear or Anxiety. phobias page is the place to start the path to a cure. List of all the phobiasAll phobiasCuring a PhobiaList

16. How Phobias Work: How Phobias Are Constructed And How Phobias Are Maintained
How phobias Work. Even though it isn t logical to salivate at the sound of a bell the dogs would do it. phobias work the same way for us.
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How Phobias Work The Cure Other Treatments Products Maybe you know about Pavlov's dogs. Ivan Pavlov fed his dogs and rang a bell whenever dinner was served. After a while, just ringing the bell would get the dogs to salivate - their bodies would act as if they were about to get fed. A bell (stimulus) actually caused automatic biological and emotional responses! Let that sink in for a moment... Even though it isn't logical to salivate at the sound of a bell the dogs would do it. Phobias work the same way for us. Some biological response (fear for instance) has been tied to some "trigger" or stimulus (usually as a result of some emotionally charged incident.) This stimulus can be just thinking about the situation. In other words, the way a person thinks about getting on an airplane can have profound affects on his biology. These thoughts can cause the triggering of a variety of feelings - including fear and panic. Although it's often not this simple, here's one way it can happen. Let's say somebody snuck up behind you and said "boo" and you just happened to be looking at the letter "L". Even though you're not consciously aware of what's going on, whenever you see this letter your unconscious mind could refer back to that earlier situation and get that scared feeling back. It has made the association between "L" and that feeling.

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phobias. Simple phobias, agoraphobia social phobia. What are phobias? Simple phobias are fears of specific things such as insects, infections, flying.
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What are phobias? A phobia is an excessive or unreasonable fear of an object, place or situation. Simple phobias are fears of specific things such as insects, infections, flying. Agoraphobia is a fear of being in places where one feels "trapped" or unable to get help, such as in crowds, on a bus, or standing in a queue. A social phobia is a marked fear of social or performance situations. Phobias are extremely common. Sometimes they start in childhood for no apparent reason; sometimes they emerge after a traumatic event; and sometimes the develop from an attempt to make sense of an unexpected and intense anxiety or panic (e.g. "I feel fearful, therefore I must be afraid of something"). When the phobic person actually encounters, or even anticipates being in the presence of the feared object or situation, s/he experiences immediate anxiety. The physical symptoms of anxiety may include a racing heart, shortness of breath, sweating, chest or abdominal discomfort, trembling, etc. and the emotional component involves an intense fear - of losing control, embarrassing oneself, or passing out. Commonly people try to escape, and then to avoid the feared situation wherever possible. This may be fairly easy if the feared object is rarely encountered (e.g. fear of snakes) and avoidance will not therefore restrict the person's life very much. At other times (e.g. agoraphobia, social phobia) avoiding the feared situation limits their life severely. Escape and avoidance also make the feared object/situation more frightening.

19. Dr Jack
Dr Jack Gibson provides help to stop smoking and to cure phobias using hypnotism.



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Welcome to Dr. Jack Gibson St. David's Castle Naas, Co. Kildare, Ireland Tel: + Fax: Dr. Gibson here, I have now retired from surgery but during that time I saw a need for hynosis in hospitals and performed over 4,000 procedures. In some cases the patients needed an emergency or life saving operation but couldn't have an anaesthetic because they had eaten or had a drink and it was during this time I realised the importance of hypnosis. I have 30 tapes on various phobias or psychsomatic diseases which I hope will benefit you and help you get over them. If you would like to email me of your phobia or condition, I can advise you on the corresponding tape Relaxology is a method of deep relaxation as an alternative to drugs and anaesthetics - and he has performed over 4,000 operations without anesthetic using this method.

20. Coping With Anxiety, Fears, And Phobias
life. Read on to understand the differences between anxieties, fears, and phobias, and how you can help your child deal with them.

Everyone, from the youngest child to the oldest adult, experiences anxieties and fears at one time or another. Feeling anxious in a particularly uncomfortable situation never feels very good. However, with children, such feelings are not only normal, they are also necessary. Experiencing and dealing with anxieties can prepare young people to handle the unsettling experiences and challenging situations of life. Read on to understand the differences between anxieties, fears, and phobias, and how you can help your child deal with them. Anxieties and Fears Are Normal
is defined as "apprehension without apparent cause." It usually occurs when there is no immediate threat to a person's safety or well being, but the threat feels real. Anxiety makes a person want to escape the situation - fast. His heart beats quickly, he may begin to perspire, and "butterflies" in the stomach soon follow. "However," says Katharina Manassis, MD, author of Keys to Parentin g Your Anxious Child , "as uncomfortable as it feels, a little bit of anxiety can actually make people perform better because it keeps them alert and focused on what they have to do." Having fears or anxieties about certain things can be helpful too because it makes kids behave in a safe way. For example, a kid with a fear of fire would avoid playing with matches.

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