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Here are the resources we found for phobias for parents and families:

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Phobias and Irrational Fears

Almost everyone has an irrational fear or two. For most people, these fears are minor but when fears become so severe that they cause tremendous anxiety and interfere with your normal life, they are called phobias. This webpage contains a lot of information about phobias and irrational fears.

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Social Phobia

It is normal to feel nervous in situations in which we could possibly come under the scrutiny of others, whether they are strangers or people we know. For example, having to deliver a speech at a wedding, present to a conference paper or host a seminar for work colleagues is likely to cause nervousness and anxiety before and during the performance.

Webpage

Phobias and Irrational Fears

Almost everyone has an irrational fear or two. For most people, these fears are minor but when fears become so severe that they cause tremendous anxiety and interfere with your normal life, they are called phobias. This webpage contains a lot of information about phobias and irrational fears.

Download

Social Phobia

It is normal to feel nervous in situations in which we could possibly come under the scrutiny of others, whether they are strangers or people we know. For example, having to deliver a speech at a wedding, present to a conference paper or host a seminar for work colleagues is likely to cause nervousness and anxiety before and during the performance.

Webpage

Phobias and Irrational Fears

Almost everyone has an irrational fear or two. For most people, these fears are minor but when fears become so severe that they cause tremendous anxiety and interfere with your normal life, they are called phobias. This webpage contains a lot of information about phobias and irrational fears.

Download

Social Phobia

It is normal to feel nervous in situations in which we could possibly come under the scrutiny of others, whether they are strangers or people we know. For example, having to deliver a speech at a wedding, present to a conference paper or host a seminar for work colleagues is likely to cause nervousness and anxiety before and during the performance.