What is Atychiphobia the Fear of? Symptoms, Causes and Treatment
Atychiphobia is persistent, abnormal, intense fear of failure. Fear of failure is the greatest barrier to success. Experiences of failure leave such a strong impact on some people that the fear of failure remains for life with them unless treated. Always discouraging and underestimating someone can also be a cause. Symptoms include feeling of dread and anxiety, shaking, and difficulty to think and speak clearly, resistance to try new things and in severe cases they can suffer from paralysis. Treatment includes Talk or Self Help therapy, hypnotherapy, and energy psychology. Atychiphobia can be overcome by not taking failure personally and by not giving up
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