A place to share fears.
I'm afraid of something did to make mummies in Ancient Egypt, putting a hook in the dead body's nose. It's something specific, but now everytime I think of my nose I think of that. It didn't help that I was shown videos of how to make mummies. My face would squeeze together every time. I even had a dream 2 years ago that I woke up in a dark room where I could see was a hook going in my nose, with brains then pouring out like sand from a hand. I think about it less and I'll probably forget it when looking for a girlfriend, but that didn't help my twelve year old self's problem with not wanting to think of noses. Thanks, 6th Grade Social Studies teacher.
I'm terrified of growing up, it's something you can't control, and with every passing second, your growing older, and there is no way to reverse it, and once your older, people you care about begin dying, and eventually you die, and when you think about all the responsibilities you'll have when you get older, all the things you have to do, what you have to do, and if you'll be able to do it, what if you don't meet the expectations you had, you can't go back and fix it, you end up where you end up, and you have to fix it yourself. That's why I'm afraid of growing up, because it's scary to think about it'd, and how it makes you feel like there is so little time
I'm not scared of bugs, or spiders or anything like that. I'm afraid of game glitches, game crashes and warning signs. I have no idea why. They just really scare me. One time, I was playing a game, don't remember which one it was. I was playing it and it started freaking out and it said a crash message so I turned off my computer and ran upstairs to my room and didn't get back on that computer for about 2-3 weeks. Sounds childish I know, but they just REALLY scare me. Computer crashes are scary too. My computer normally turns off for no reason, so all I see is my face in the blank screen and I get really scared because I think the screens going to turn on again and scare me. Sooooo I don't turn on the computer until I get calmed down.
Mirrors or anything reflective, Or even thinking too hard about mirrors... There is reason behind this. I had three dreams where I woke up in the middle of the night, walked into the bathroom and looked into the mirror. The first dream I tore my jaw off. The second was my left eye, which had been covered by a scribble of black. The third was a conversation which I can't remember (This happened about 2 months ago.)
When I woke up from the first two dreams, I was caught in sleep paralysis. The last one I was fine.