An undeniable fact is that we’ve all been afraid of something at some point.
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The difference between fears and phobias is minor yet distinct. A fear is an emotional response, while a phobia is an irrational fear.
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According to research, a person can react fearfully to either a real or perceived threat. It can be a good thing as it helps you avoid a potentially dangerous situation, however, a phobia is a response to something that is not a threat. The response is so intense that it may interfere with your ability to function or perform daily tasks. Simply thinking about it can cause symptoms of anxiety.
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The cast of the Rickey Smiley Morning Show shared some of their fears, as well as rare phobias you may have never heard of such as glossophobia (fear or public speaking) or zoophobia (fear of animals).
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