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Nuns (Catholic)Christianophobia - Fear/dislike of Christians. Gynophobia – Fear of women. Theophobia - Fear of gods or religion.
Unless they're "packing heat" and I've pissed them off, I'll probably be okay. Catholic school was only preparation for "real life".
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Graveyards/CemetariesCoimetrophobia - Fear of cemeteries. Taphophobia/Taphephobia – Fear of the grave, or fear of being placed in a grave while still alive. Necrophobia - Fear of death or or dead things. Spectrophobia – Fear of ghost and phantoms.
Spent lots of quality time hanging out in graveyards and cemetaries. Turns out, most other people are so superstitious, and just plain spooked that they avoid them. Thus, leaving me and my misfit friends in peace and quiet. Way better than a run-of-the-mill city park!
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Water Added by: AmandaForbes
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Turning 40Gerascophobia - Persistent fear of growing old or aging. Rhytiphobia - Fear of getting wrinkles.
Plain and simple: Now that I've done it, I barely feel a thing.
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DogsCynophobia - Fear of dogs or rabies.
Thanks to many hours watching shows (i.e., PBS, The Dog Whisperer, It's Me Or The Dog, etc.), reading books ('Animals Make Us Human', 'Animals In Translation', etc.), reading web pages about, and watching other people deal with dogs poorly. I have figured out the right and wrong way for me to approach a dog (if at all); how dogs communicate i.e., growling, barking, urinating on things, etc.), and most importantly, living with and caring for my own dogs. I'm no expert, but I feel more comfortable around them than other humans at times.
BTW, this is my actual pooch. Isn't he magnificent?
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