There are no limits to what your zodiac sign says about you and which phobia you are most likely to have. Your astrological sign may determine many things, like how you spend your free time or how you handle conflict. It can also paint a picture of your deepest fears.
Certain star signs fear failing, making decisions, or moving to a new house. However, while these phobias are relatable, it's important to avoid self-diagnosis. If you believe you have one of these zodiac-based fears, consult a medical professional.
Those who struggle with athazagoraphobia are afraid others will either neglect or forget about them. Professionals believe a combination of family history, neurochemistry, and traumatic life events can cause athazagoraphobia.
Aries is one of the bravest signs in the zodiac - not much can scare them. However, Aries tends to strive to become the best. Fear of people forgetting them or having their hard work ignored could become a stumbling block for this otherwise confident, leadership-oriented, and ambitious star sign.
Peniaphobia, or an aversion to living in poverty, usually strikes as soon as one overcomes a financially difficult time. The afflicted worry about losing all their money and living in impoverished conditions.
Taurus shares a similar preoccupation with money; they are responsible and grounded, but also possessive of and conservative with wealth. The thought of losing money they worked diligently to earn is haunting.
Some people struggle to make decisions every once in a while, but decidophobia causes much more than a slight case of indecision. Those who fear making choices often let others decide their fate. Taking action can initiate panic or anxiety, negatively impacting their social life.
While curious and adaptable, an inconsistent Gemini could face problems with decision-making.
Those with tropophobia dread moving, whether it's a move out of the state or to a different house in the same neighborhood. While the phobia mainly refers to changing residences, it can also include changes in schools, relationships, or vehicles. Even something like rearranging the furniture within a home can prove triggering.
Cancer has difficulty accepting change. They have emotional attachments to both their loved ones and their homes. Cancer also struggles with strangers, so moving to a new neighborhood or city may feel stressful.