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Cherophobia comes from the Greek word 'chairo,' which means 'to rejoice,' and it essentially means you are afraid of what might happen if you enjoy life too much. It's usually a defence mechanism that stems from trauma or conflict.
Constantly imagining the worst case scenario is called ‘catastrophising’ — here’s how to stop your mind from doing it
Catastrophising is when you let your mind constantly jump to the worst possible conclusions, and it's a very difficult habit to break. Here's why it's so common and how to stop yourself doing it.
Some people use the term 'introvert' as an insult, but introverted people are not the insular hermits you might think they are. Introversion is actually all down to how your brain is wired.
Familiarity can trick you.
When intimacy is scary, it's easier to act like you don't care.
Nobody can attend everything, but we get FOMO nonetheless.
They aren't necessarily the most confident.
People can stress over their work behaviour, causing insomnia.
You need to put in the time.