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Phobia Challenge: G

Here we go again!

Blessed Friday, everyone. I trust that you’re doing well. The letter ‘G’ was very interesting to look up.

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Galeophobia – Fear of sharks

Gallophobia – Fear of France/French culture *shrugging* They can’t handle the Gallic!

Gelotophobia – Fear of laughter

Gamophobia – Fear of marriage

Gatophobia – Fear of cats

Genuphobia – Fear of one’s own knees/the act of kneeling

Gephyrophobia – Fear of crossing bridges

Germanophobia – Fear of Germany/German culture

Gerontophobia – Fear of growingย old/old people

Geumophobia – Fear of taste

Gnosiophobia – Fear of knowledge

Graphophobia – Fear of writing/handwriting

Gynophobia – Fear of women


17 thoughts on “Phobia Challenge: G”

    1. I understand. By the way, I can’t seem to access your blog. I keep getting a deleted message whenever I try to read it.


  1. Fear of laughter? Fear of oneโ€™s own knees/the act of kneeling? Fear of taste? Fear of knowledge? :):):) I pray for all the sufferers of these. Laughter is one of the most joyful noises there is, to me. What would I do if I couldn’t kneel to pray. Taste, oh my, I love food hehehe. I am not the brightest candle on the cake but I do love to learn things.

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  2. I have a feeling there are plenty of people who suffer from gamophobia. Marriage can be a big commitment, and I think people who have had to watch other people suffer from failed marriages can make them scared of failing at it as well.
    My favorite one from the list was gephyrophobia. A fear of crossing bridges really ignites my imagination. I feel like there’s a story in that one. ๐Ÿ˜‰

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    1. I absolutely agree with you for that is the same reasoning that I’ve come to concerning marriages. There is definitely a story in that one, Mandie! Are you going to write it for us? ๐Ÿ˜‰

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