Fear or Phobia?

September 7, 2015

 

What is the difference between a fear and a phobia?

 

Well quite a lot actually as true phobias are rarer than most of us think. People that believe they have a phobia are quite likely to be suffering from severe fear as opposed to a phobia. The following example shows the distinction between the two.

 

Lets say that a person has a phobia of flying, the true phobic would not even comtemplate getting on a plane even for a substantial financial incentive. The reason being, they believe with absolute certainty that they would not survive the plane journey in order to receive the money, whereas someone with a severe fear is likely to be persuaded to fly in spite of the level of their discomfort. 

 

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