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What Is a Phobia? Types, Symptoms and Treatments - Psychology
A phobia is an irrational and excessive fear of an object or situation. These fears can interfere with an individual's life and lead to considerable anxiety and stress  ...
An a to Z List of Phobias From the Strange to the Common
Phobias are the most common mental disorder in the U.S. Do you have a phobia ? Check out this handy list of some of the most common (and some of the ...
Phobias - Symptoms, Types, and Treatments - Psychology - About.com
A phobia is a persistent, irrational, and excessive fear of an object or situation. Common phobias include agoraphobia and social phobias. These fears can ...
Phobias Advice from About.com
Credible advice about managing your phobias, including information on symptoms and risk factors to the latest cutting edge research.
What Is a Phobia - Definition of Anxiety and Phobias - About.com
A phobia can be defined as an intense and irrational fear. Here you will find information to help you understand the definitions of anxiety and phobia and how  ...
Treatment Options for Phobias - Phobia Treatment - About.com
Aug 27, 2014 ... If you have been diagnosed with a phobia, you may wonder about your options for treatment. Find out here about commonly used treatment ...
Diagnosing a Phobia - Phobias - About.com
A phobia is an irrational yet intense fear of an object or situation. Read on for information about diagnosing a phobia.
Phobias-Living With Phobias - About.com
Living with a phobia can be difficult. Read on for advice on managing your phobia and learning to live with the condition.
Recognizing the Symptoms of Phobias - About.com
Jun 10, 2014 ... A phobia can be defined as an intense and irrational fear of something specific. Read on to find out more about the symptoms of phobias.
Phobias Information - Basic Information About Phobias
If you are suffering from a phobia, the information here can help you to gain a better understanding of your illness. Friends and relatives can also develop a ...
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