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Text Preview Fears and phobias in general can sometimes rule a person's life. Something as simple as not drinking out of a pink glass, or going on a roller coaster aren't good examples, but a good one is on the T.V. show Fear Factor. For one of the challenges the contestants had to jump off a sixty-foot cliff. For some people who are afraid of heights couldn't do this task. Their fear of heights would control their decision and cause them to fail in winning the money from the T.V. show. Now a simple competition is one thing, but a do or die situation or a time when someone's life depends on you concurring you fear is another. Whenever there is a chance where you can take control and overcome these fears, do it. Do not wait until the urgent time comes around and you must do it, having doubts about the task at hand. From experience, when you concur a fear, you feel like you can accomplish anything; and while looking back thinking it wasn't so bad while knowing that you can do it again if ever the time comes.

My heart starts to race. It feels like it's going to explode. My throat closes and I'm having trouble breathing. My palms are sweating now, and my head is dizzy. I feel like I might fall, I want to run, but I don't know where... This reaction is a way to describe what people feel when they are suffering from a phobia. A phobia is an intense, ridiculous amount of fear of something or a situation that is far from what really could happen. Phobias affect people of all ages. The National Institute of Mental Health has stated that 5.1%-12.5% of all American's encounter some sort of phobia. They are the most common psychiatric illness among women of all ages and men over 25. When someone has a phobia, they start to feel panic, dread, or anxious when they are near what they are afraid of and they feel relieved when they avoid it. There is a phobia for just about everything. But, mental health professionals group them into three categories. Specific, social and agora. The... Show More

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