Fear of dating
Someone could overcome this fear by learning how to swim safely.A fear can be healthy if it cautions a person to stay safe around something that could be dangerous.As they grow and learn, with the support of adults, most kids are able to slowly conquer these fears and outgrow them.
Gradually (and safely) facing fear helps someone overcome it. That's because fear can be a natural reaction to feeling unsure and vulnerable — and much of what children experience is new and unfamiliar.Sometimes fear is triggered by something that is startling or unexpected (like a loud noise), even if it's not actually dangerous.That's because the fear reaction is activated instantly — a few seconds faster than the thinking part of the brain can process or evaluate what's happening. Fear is the word we use to describe our emotional reaction to something that seems dangerous.Blood pumps to muscle groups to prepare the body for physical action (such as running or fighting). Some people might notice sensations in the stomach, head, chest, legs, or hands.These physical sensations of fear can be mild or strong.
But to the person with the phobia, the danger feels real because the fear is so very strong.