not a definition.
It does not know you,
nor does it own you.
Anonymous asked: I wanted to thank you. I have mostly recovered from the emetophobia I had when I was little (it was fairly mild to begin with), but I have seen the terrible way it can impact people who suffer from it because my sister had it very severely for years. She was so scared to v* she stopped eating and was almost hospitalized because she lost so much weight. I love that this blog exists because it gives people like my sister suffering from this phobia a safe and supportive place to go. Thanks again!
I’m very glad that you’ve gotten better, but I’m sorry your sister still has to go through this. I’ve been where she is and I know how hard of a journey it is to recovery. Tell her to stay strong!
And thanks. I’m very happy that you like the blog :)
Anonymous asked: I need your blog to be active like right now! I'm freaking out and scared and idk what to do
Oh sorry sorry! I’ve been busy lately, but I’m right here now! Helloooo
isn’t it cool how some phobias are unquestioned and considered “normal”, like fear of heights or spiders, but mention that you have social anxiety or a fear of driving and people immediately jump to “why? what’s so scary about that? that makes no sense??????” and by it’s cool i mean it’s really fucked up because all phobias are irrational it doesn’t need an explaination that’s what makes it a pHOBIA
I HATE WHEN THIS HAPPENS!!! I REALLY WANT CEREAL BUT THE MILK’S EXPIRATION DATE IS TODAY AND I’M TOO SCARED TO RISK IT
I always go on the ‘emetophobia’ tag to meet new people or help some people or find awesome stories or tips to reblog
but aLL THAT EVER HAPPENS IS I GET ANGRY ABOUT THE CONSTANT MISUSE OF THE TAG
I’m going on Lexapro for anxiety and depression, and I don’t know how I feel about that.
Have any of you tried it?
Anonymous asked: right so I am going on a school trip this month and we have to get a four hour ferry and I am so worried that I am going to be sick I have never been travel sick but idk about ferries :c
I’ve been on a ferry once and it wasn’t all that bad. I know it’s sort of a scary thing anyway, though, and it’s legitimate worry and it’s good to be prepared..
I found this online:
There are also special sea-bands for motion sickness prevention here:
I hope this helped! Good luck and have a fun trip c: