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    Quote Originally Posted by Oakysage View Post
    Don't you like to have fun?
    No, of course not. Fun!? Seriously, why would I wanna go around and do something like that? *scoff*

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    You know that icy hot feeling you get in the depth of your psyche when something 'ohshit' happens?


    And time slows down?




    That's fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ricin View Post
    No, of course not. Fun!? Seriously, why would I wanna go around and do something like that? *scoff*

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    Rejection and not being able to achieve what I want.
    Jarlaxle: fact checking this thread makes me want to go all INFP on my wrists

    "I'm in competition with myself and I'm losing."
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    • Clowns.
    • Demons.
    • Dachshunds.
    • Hopping insects.
    • Being buried alive.
    • My husband dying.
    • Heights (but not flying.)
    • Peak oil or other major crisis.
    • Becoming a Walmart greeter.
    • Going crazy in a way that negatively impacts my children.
    “There are two novels that can change a bookish fourteen-year old’s life: The Lord of the Rings and Atlas Shrugged. One is a childish fantasy that often engenders a lifelong obsession with its unbelievable heroes, leading to an emotionally stunted, socially crippled adulthood, unable to deal with the real world. The other, of course, involves orcs.”
    ~ John Rogers

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    - Dementia
    - Losing my independence
    - Snakes
    - Matchsticks, lighters and other fiery objects

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    -Spiders
    -Making myself vulnerable
    -Being too socially isolated
    Jarlaxle: fact checking this thread makes me want to go all INFP on my wrists

    "I'm in competition with myself and I'm losing."
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    Quote Originally Posted by cascadeco View Post
    But I have a background concern around growing older and being alone without income/ability to care for myself. It's probably a little more of a concern than for many because I don't have a significant other or children.
    Yes, this. I'd hate to be the old guy living by himself with nobody who cares and nothing to live for.

    Other than that, I'd have to say failure and/or rejection. I've got some social anxiety issues as well, but that's not really the same thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oakysage View Post
    You're a funny girl and I like your analogies. You're going to be an exciting case.
    Fear is a mystery to be solved. The wrong question was asked. It should never be "What do you fear?" but instead "Why do you fear?" The answer isn't complicated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Working On It View Post
    Fear is a mystery to be solved. The wrong question was asked. It should never be "What do you fear?" but instead "Why do you fear?" The answer isn't complicated.
    It doesn't have to be a wrong question. It just brings amusement to people around to hear the little things that can cause people to pump up to an adrenaline thrill. And perhaps the more deeper things that work in the background.

    For their reasons why they fear them, well... fear is a motivating factor against suffering. We fear the suffering of ourselves through infinite possibilities of what happens to us and what happens to others. Would you fear losing all the respect others have for you? If not, would you fear a life devoid of any contentment or happiness? It's absolutely fine to have fears and we can always forget about them as we wish, but it's better not to deny its existence. Though yes, it's always good to look at the better side of the motivational spectrum.

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