Phobic Disorder !
personally distressful (long period of time)
maladaptive (function); (danger)
Many people are afraid of spiders and snakes, indeed, thinking about letting a tarantula crawl over oneâ€™s face is likely to give anyone the willies. It is not uncommon to be afraid of particular objects or specific environments such as extreme heights. For most of us, these fears do not interfere with daily life. !
Some of us, however, have an irrational, overwhelming, persistent fear of a particular object or situation - and anxiety disorder called a phobic disorder (phobia). !
Whereas generalized anxiety disorder cannot pinpoint the cause of their nervous feelings. Individuals with phobias can.
Co-requisite reading / gateway content course instruction.