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Fear of Open spaces

'Fearless' is living in spite of those things that scare you to death. - Taylor Swift 

General Meaning of 'Open spaces'

'Open space' means vast sized, spacious or extensive area or public place. 

Fear of Open spaces Explained

You may have fear of open spaces or public places. You may feel unsafe or uncomfortable at the open spaces. You may fear that you would be in danger of being attacked or hurt. You may fear that someone may rob you. You may have fear of going to crowded market places, railway stations or airports. Read More..

What Probably Can Cause It

You might have undergone some experiences, where you have felt threatened in open spaces. You may have the fear of being alone. You might have witnessed or heard about the  stampedes at religious places or festivals, where people are injured or died. You would avoid going to places, where th Read More..

Possible Signs

You would avoid going to the open spaces, social gatherings or crowded places. You would avoid travelling in crowded buses or trains. You may show the signs of irregular heartbeats, dizziness, entrapped, nausea, trembling, losing control or nervousness.

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Suggested Techniques to Deal with and Manage this Fear

No technique would actually work, if you are not ready to accept that you have this fear. Think that you are letting go excellent opportunities of having pleasures of life like going to calm open spaces, music concerts, religious discourses or social gatherings. You cannot live life under stress Read More..

Inspirational and Motivational

Keep the fear out of your life. Make impossible possible. Be encouraged to reach the top. Do not listen to those who says 'impossible', 'impossible'. Be deaf to the negative thoughts, if your aim is to reach the top.           &nbs Read More..

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