@TypicalGirl48 has set up a 30-day challenge where you have to answer one question each day for a month to let your followers know a bit more about yourself. You can find the original challenge here: Day 2: Describe 3 legitimate fears you have and explain how they became fears.


I have Acrophobia which is fear of heights. I hate heights I am frightened by them when I see something high I start feeling dizziness and a headache and I don't think about going or climbing. I start thinking about falling and tripping which is terrifying. If I am a high elevator, for example, my legs start to shaking and trembling with fear as if they can't hold me anymore and that's crazy. If I ever agree to do something like that (going on a high game, for example, a roller coaster) I will end up crying and trembling with so I try as much as I can to avoid high games.


Glossophobia is the fear of public speaking. some people are going to think I am crazy and other introverts like me will totally relate to hating when teacher asks you to prepare a speech to say in front of everyone and preparing it making it sound perfect and feel ready but then when the moment arrives you are shaking, trembling, words come out as another language, blushing, and having an urge to cry that what happens to me concluding me hate public speaking and having fear of it.


ok Atychiphobia the fear of failure which leads to failure to having this phobia is leading to the fear itself which is the worst and most scary and hate failing in every thing I am scared I will fail in a relationship, exam, meeting, study, business so avoid it, completely. the idea of failing in the thing I am thinking about is really hard that it would stop me from doing anything I could do but fear the failure of it. this started normally of being scared, to have a phobia of it.

I have an advice to everyone don't let a small scare stop you because if it did you will never be able to live the life you want a dream about.
Love you.