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Do you suffer from agoraphobia or claustrophobia?

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Agoraphobia can be defined as the fear of open spaces, while claustrophobia can defined as a fear of being in a closed-in space.

Do you suffer from agoraphobia or claustrophobia?

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Fortunately I don't have any phobias! I do like to hibernate at home, but that's just because going out can be a hassle.
oooooooooooh the latter and looking at that picture makes my lungs cave in. So not looking at picture....
I do not like small spaces, but I wouldn't say I'm claustrophobic unless the space was really, really small like an air vent. You know like in the cinemas, where characters shimmy their way through those rectangular ones? Yep, I couldn't do that.
by Vee
I might be just a tiny bit claustrophobic . I remember panicking inside a MRI machine and pressing the emergency help button. Even watching the movie ' the boy in the striped pyjamas' , made me panic a bit. I panic and my heart rate goes up if I am on lift for too long. I remember the last time I got stuck on an elevator all by myself. I could not stop pressing the alarm button . The lift was huge though , but no glasses, it was closed.
Maybe slight
Claustrophobia.
I'm not too bad, but if the space is toooo small, then all hell could break!
I don't have a phobia for any kinds of spaces, whether open or enclosed.
I've had both at different times in my life. More claustrophobia than agoraphobia though. It has had some serious negative consequences but I've just had to live with them. I'm not too bad now with either but sometimes I do feel that twinge of panic and have to take special measures to head off a panic attack.
Neither, thankfully. Have empathy for those who do, though.
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