Phobias – Mental Health and the Bible 6
Are you, or someone you know, unreasonably afraid of flying, insects, needles, being touched, social situations, etc. If so, the, excessive, specific fear may be a phobia. God tells us 365 times in the Bible, “fear not.” Access this presentation to learn more about identifying and reducing phobias.
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For Further Consideration
Check out our presentation Anxiety – Mental Health and the Bible 4, another in the Mental Health and the Bible series
To read more about phobias go to https://www.healthline.com/health/phobia-simple-specific#overview1
Good day, everyone. We’re currently working on a series called Mental Health and the Bible, and our presentation today is the sixth in the series. The title is simply Phobias.
Do you or someone you know have a fear of something that makes no sense or is excessive – such as a fear of flying, or a specific food, or the color yellow? If so, you may have a phobia. Phobias can be mild or severe. They can be a mere nuisance or a major disruption in life. Most of the time, no matter how we try to manage them, they still hang around unless they’re treated. Phobias are listed with anxiety disorders in the ICD-10.
What is a phobia?