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This may have developed after a very scary experience. A teenager who was bitten by a dog as a young child, for example, can be too afraid to walk to school with his friends in case he sees a dog now. This is because his brain has remembered the fear that he or she felt when the dog bit him or her, so now even just thinking about seeing a dog triggers the same fear reaction. This may embarrass him or her, causing him or her to miss out on spending time with his friends or even to be teased by them.
1) IT MAKES HIM OR HER FEEL EMBARRASSED
2) YOUR IMAGINARY FEARS
3) YOUR RATIONAL WAY TO STOP BEING AFRAID
4) ALL OF US HAVE A LITTLE FEAR
5) GETTING TO KNOW FEARS
8) OVERCOMING OUR PHOBIAS
9) A LARGE NUMBER OF PHOBIAS
10) IT MAY LAST FOR A FEW SECONDS