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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

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There's nothing quite as entertaining as the pain and suffering of others. In that spirit, we've collected some of the most astonishing, peculiar and amusing real-life phobias to ever plague the human psyche. Ablutophobia is the fear of bathing. Acarophobia is the fear of itching. Aeronausiphobia is the fear of airplanes. Alektorophobia is the fear of chickens. Alliumphobia is the fear of garlic. Amathophobia is the fear of dust. Amensiophobia is the fear of amnesia. Anablepophobia is the fear of looking up. Androphobia is the fear of men. Anemophobia is the fear of wind. Anglophobia is the fear of England or English culture. Apeirophobia is the fear of infinity. Apiphobia is the fear of bees. Arsonphobia/Pyrophobia is the fear of fire. Atelophobia is the fear of imperfection. Auroraphobia is the fear of the Northern Lights. Automysophobia is the fear of being dirty. Autophobia is the fear of references to oneself. Autophobia is the fear of yourself. Ballistophobia is the fear of bullets. Barophobia is the fear of gravity.

162. Phobias And Eating Disorders - The Something Fishy Website On Eating Disorders
Eating Disorders phobias Eating Disorders may or may not be present in a person with phobias, and phobias may or may not be present
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Eating Disorders may or may not be present in a person with phobias, and phobias may or may not be present in a person with an Eating Disorder. Intense Fear.... shaking.... can't breath.... can't move.... sweating.... panic.... voices of self-defeat... This describes just some of the symptoms one can feel confronted with the object, event or emotion that creates the phobia for an individual. A phobia is defined as an intense or unrealistic fear, and when confronted with that fear it can cause panic attacks, pounding heartbeat, feelings of nausea, sweaty palms, and rapid breathing. It is important to keep in mind that there may be common traits amongst some Phobias and Eating Disorders, but that it IS NOT a generalized rule that all people with an Eating Disorder suffer from a Phobia, or that all Phobia victims suffer from an Eating Disorder. There are three types of phobias: Agoraphobia: This is the fear of leaving a safe place, such as home It is interesting to point out that a number of people suffering with Eating Disorders can display symptoms of Agoraphobia. It isn't uncommon for those with Anorexia, Bulimia and Compulsive Overeating to have an intense fear of eating in public under a watchful eye of others, and often time an isolationistic type of behavior can sets in, where they will increasingly avoid such situations where they must leave the "safety" of home.

163. Panic Attack And Anxiety Information, Help, And Support:
Online elearning and support resource for sufferers of anxiety disorders, panic attacks, depression, generalized anxiety disorder, phobias and anxiety.
Panic attack, anxiety disorder: Don't suffer needlessly
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After 12 years of anxiety disorder and panic attacks, I returned to normal health and have remained that way for the last 17 years. Regain your normal health, too.
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164. Phobias
2003. phobias. according to new research, fear of new things neophobia shortens life. things. but i do find some phobias interesting

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according to new research, fear of new things [neophobia] shortens life . thankfully, i think i have an obsession with new things. but i do find some phobias interesting: phobophobia - fear of fear
- fear of gravity symetrophobia - fear of symmetry ideophobia - fear of ideas phronemophobia - fear of thinking ommetaphobia - fear of eyes rectophobia - fear of rectums coprophobia - fear of shit blennophobia - fear of slime emetophobia - fear of vomiting urophobia - fear of urine hamartophobia - fear of sin theophobia - fear of God stygiophobia - fear of hell also, National Geographic has a new series on phobias categories: discoveries neural add to this (1) trackback (0) RELATED ENTRIES new dragonfish sea slug neuron oldest penis baroplastics ... RSS 1.0 search this site: powered by MT 2.64

165. Joseph Bennette - Rapid Eye Technology, EFT, And Clinical Hypnotherapy In Salem,
Certified Hypnotherapist, offers therapy for phobias, smoking, pain, and general stress. Sessions in Salem, Oregon. Services, newsletter, vita, and testimonials.
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166. The Book Of Ratings
phobias, PART II. Frankly, the dentist s office is such a horror show of potential treatments, you could probably break this down into several phobias.
Updated Tuesdays Recent Green Arrow's Arrows, Part 2 Green Arrow's Arrows Pencil Puzzles, Part 2 More... ... Buy the Print Version Other Lore Sites Little Fluffy Industries The Cyborg Name Generator Slumbering Lungfish Send Mail PHOBIAS, PART II Claustrophobia Claustrophobia is, of course, the fear of enclosed spaces. I don't have a problem with elevators or walk-in closets, but I do sometimes get panicky when I can't get out of a sweater. I think that's pretty normal, though. Happens to Navy SEALs all the time. Anyhow: did claustrophobes ever make couch forts as a kid? Maybe they made couch tennis courts. Or couch pastures. "That cushion over there is a hillock. That one's a sheep. Whee!" C- Hydrophobia Unfortunately, a little research tells me that hydrophobia the fear of water is typically a fear of deep water you can drown in, not the fear of water in its many forms. I was all prepared to speculate on the efficacy of substituting sugar-free Kool Aid for water in all cases including hygeine and engine maintenance, and whether it included a fear of ice during power outages. But that's all ruined, it's just the boring old fear that you'll drown. Blast you, reasearch! Blast you!

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168. Phobias
fears. The most common phobias are fear of the dark,fear of spiders and fear of heights. Causes. No goes away. Some strange phobias
Are you afraid?
by Debbi Marco A phobia is a really strong fear of an object, animal or situation. Many of you may have no idea why you have these fears. The most common phobias are fear of the dark,fear of spiders and fear of heights.
No one is really sure what causes somebody to have a phobia. Some phobias are just a result of the way your brain works, while other phobias can be caused by particular events Famous people have phobias, too. Tennis star Andre Agassi is said to be scared of spiders, while superstar Michael Jackson is scared of flying in aeroplanes If something horrible has happened to you, your mind may react by developing a fear about it that makes you feel panicky - in other words, a phobia. For example, if you'd been playing one day and got stuck in a small space and couldn't get out until someone found you, you might develop claustrophobia (a fear of closed-in spaces).
The word phobia comes from the ancient Greek word for fear
What you might feel:
  • Difficulty breathing Sweating Shaking Your heart beating faster
Phobias can just go away. If you were frightened of the dark when you were younger, you might simply grow used to it as you get older.

169. Eliminate Phobia And Fear Now - With Ease
Various phobias and their treatment methods.
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Phobia and Fear? "How to be Free from Phobia and Fear
Even When Nothing Else Works"
Have you experienced phobia or fear? Or have you been diagnosed with this disorder? While you may or may not know the technical definition of these disorders, if you do have them there is one thing that you know for sure. You know how phobia and fear feels in your body. And it's no fun. I want you to know that there is hope . There are answers even when everything else you have tried hasn't worked. If you suffer from phobia and fear, you probably don't want to talk about it or want people to know that you have this disorder. Why? We both know the answer to that question. First, deep down inside you may feel that there is something "wrong" with you - that you're different. And out of control at times. That because you experienced phobia or fear that you may be defective in some way that can never be fixed. Second, somewhere inside you may feel that no one really understands you and how you feel. No matter how compassionate, understanding or competent a friend or therapist may be, you know that they haven't experienced the feeling and terror that you experience in your body. Thirdand this may be the toughest part, just

170. Site Index
Afraid to die? There are close to fifty different phobias in this list. Moths make you squirm? There are over twentyfive different phobias in this list.
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Afraid to go to sleep? Afraid to speak? Afraid of ridicule? Afraid of sex? Afraid to die? There are close to fifty different phobias in this list. Fear of
Do spiders give you the shivers? Snakes make you shudder? Moths make you squirm? There are over twenty-five different phobias in this list. Fear of Anything It's called Panic Disorder. Described as an overwhelming anxiety or fear directed at anything, Panic Disorder affects some 13 million Americans. Best of all, it's curable! Fear of
From speed and sex to infinity and the void, fears of this kind run the gamut of every type of situation you could encounter. There are more than 35 here. Fear of
From old-fashioned diseases like cholera and scabies to up-and-comers like e-coli and AIDS these fears can really get under your skin. Fear of
More than shyness, not quite misanthropy there are more than 25 reasons some folks just can't mingle.

171. The Definitive Resource - Panic Attacks, Anxiety Disorders, Phobias
Resources, book reviews, inspirational and success stories for sufferers of Anxiety Disorder, Panic Attacks and phobias.
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Do you feel like you have, or could be, developing an anxiety disorder? Are you experiencing panic attacks, increased anxiety, phobias, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder or Post Traumatic Stress Disorder?
It is important as a sufferer, to understand as much as you can about your disorder and treatment. Why? Due to rapid changes in this field and the volume of research occuring, many of our local doctors and therapists may not be as familiar as they would like to be with these disorders. You need to make a special effort, starting today, to be sure that you know about and can ask for the best treatment vailable.
This site is dedicated to those people who wish to educate themselves about the disorder and find fast and permanent solutions to their anxiety condition.
One of the first questions people ask themselves is, why me? There are many theories about what causes panic/anxiety attacks and anxiety disorders to develop. Are the causes biological, psychological or psychodynamic? (i.e. caused by past experiences or traumas)

172. Phobias
MAIN SEARCH INDEX. phobias. They are not crazy they know full well their fears are unreasonablebut they can not control the fear. These people have phobias.
A phobia is an intense, unrealistic fear, which can interfere with the ability to socialize, work, or go about everyday life, that is brought on by an object, event or situation.
Just about everyone is afraid of somethingan upcoming job interview or being alone outside after dark. But about 18% of all Americans are tormented by irrational fears that interfere with their daily lives. They are not "crazy"they know full well their fears are unreasonablebut they can not control the fear. These people have phobias. Phobias belong to a large group of mental problems known as "anxiety disorders" that include obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), panic disorder , and post-traumatic stress disorder . Phobias themselves can be divided into three specific types:
  • specific phobias (formerly called "simple phobias")
  • social phobia
  • agoraphobia
Specific phobias As its name suggests, a specific phobia is the fear of a particular situation or object, including anything from airplane travel to dentists. Found in one out of every 10 Americans, specific phobias seem to run in families and are roughly twice as likely to appear in women. If the person rarely encounters the feared object, the phobia does not cause much harm. However, if the feared object or situation is common, it can seriously disrupt everyday life. Common examples of specific phobias, which can begin at any age, include fear of snakes, flying, dogs, escalators, elevators, high places, or open spaces.

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174. Overcoming Panic, Anxiety And Phobias
Help in overcoming panic attacks, anxiety, worry, stress, and phobias. Books counselling available. SelfHelp book for Anxiety/Panic Problems.
Self-Help book for Anxiety/Panic Problems
Overcoming Panic, Anxiety and Phobias: New Strategies to Free Yourself from Worry and Fear
Babior, LCSW, and Goldman, LICSW, Whole Person Press, 1996
"My number one resource for symptom reduction - comprehensive yet succinct - an invaluable daily reference for long-term recovery of all anxiety disorders." Julie Britz , MSW, LICSW,
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"Having suffered severe panic attacks I personally recommend this book because of its easy to understand explanations, practical solutions and positive outlook. A therapist gave me my copy and now I pass them on to other health care professionals." Naomi Judd, Country Western Singer
You can order a copy on-line via secure server now, view highlights and learn about the authors , or read additional book reviews.
It feels so good to feel good again!!! This practical and engaging handbook gives you specific scientifically based strategies to help you recover from panic, anxiety and phobias. Worksheets are provided for recording your symptoms and progress. You don't have to feel hopeless about your anxiety!

175. Marti MacEwan MA; Seattle, Depression, Anxiety, Panic Attack Treatments And Emot
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176. The Phobia King's Home Page
Help for people with phobias, generalized anxiety, and agoraphobia.

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177. - The Doctors Book Of Home Remedies: Phobias And Fears
Ch.105, pet problems. Ch.106, phlebitis. Ch.107, phobias and fears. Ch.108, poison ivy and oak. phobias and Fears. 12 Coping Measures. phobias go back a long way.
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Information about the treatment of panic attacks, phobias and associated obsessions, including recovery groups, patient education, and medical information.
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179. Phobias
phobias. What is a Phobia? A phobia is really an extreme fear about something that is not actually dangerous. How Many People Suffer from phobias?
What is a Phobia?
A phobia is really an extreme fear about something that is not actually dangerous. The stange thing about phobias is that people are usually able to realise that the phobia is not sensible when they are in a safe place, but it doesn't stop the fear when the object or situation that they fear is near.
What Types of Phobia are there?
Phobias are generally classed into 3 different groups:
  • SIMPLE PHOBIAS - could be called a single phobia. Includes things like a fear of flying, heights, spiders and has been known to include seemingly innocent objects like fruit. (Fruit? - Ed)
  • SOCIAL PHOBIAS - these are things to do with situations in public. Includes things like eating or speaking in public and generally leads to the person being afraid that they will do something horrendous or something bad is going to happen which will make other people look on them badly.
  • AGORAPHOBIA - this is often called claustrophobia. Includes things like a fear of enclosed spaces, using buses and trains, even just leaving the house. Agoraphobics often think that if they are put into their feared situation that they will collapse or lose control. Having an escape route generally relieves the situation a little in milder agoraphobics, as indeed it does with Social Phobics.
    How Many People Suffer from Phobias?
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