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Overcomig gynophobia
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!
(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.
That says GYNOphobia. Fear of women, not gyms...
The views I express are my own opinion. More often than not, if I say "you," it is generalized and not to a person specifically.

My advice is based on my own experiences and those of my friends and family. I may not have a degree saying I read a bunch of books/passed tests, but I have been through a lot and helped others through a lot. Experience is often a better qualification than having read books/passed tests.

I speak in a blunt manner. I mean no disrespect and I'm not being rude. This is just the way I am, please do not take offense.

Take what you like and leave the rest.

(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
(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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