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Overcomig gynophobia
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The feeling of that fear is draining off. I don't feel it that much anymore, as I used to have last year. And I feel that I will be able to solve it on my own. I asked the university psychiatrist to remove my case from the ongoing cases. Not that anyone cares. I am happy.
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I'm happy you're happy!
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(03-02-2017, 04:25 PM)MisterLonely Wrote: I'm happy you're happy!

thank you friend.
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That's Awesome news I am happy for you. I had big gymphobia when I first started going to the gym. I was only 115lbs. Fast forward 7 years and I am now 175lbs and people come to me at the gym for advice lol. The phobia will eventually die off the more you expose yourself to it.
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That says GYNOphobia. Fear of women, not gyms...
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(03-04-2017, 02:52 AM)TheRealCallie Wrote: That says GYNOphobia.  Fear of women, not gyms...

whoops... well I guess that is what 3 hours of sleep does foe you. I apoligize
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(03-04-2017, 06:01 AM)Fullsinister Wrote: whoops... well I guess that is what 3 hours of sleep does foe you. I apoligize
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