Fear of being Close to someone; best friend, lover or family

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10 Questions - Developed by: Alvin - Developed on: - 511 taken

If you really want to be close to someone; a friend, lover, family but you are unconsciously scared, then you have a phobia. You want to but it's really hard for you. The other party starts to feel like you don't care, miss or love them but you really do. You have the fear of being vulnerable to someone. You can't open up to the person even if it's the right thing to do. I used to have the same problem. It destroyed my friendship with someone I really liked. I couldn't open up to him. I lied to myself that being vulnerable is for women so I should not do it but I was just scared. Phobia ruins you life, if not now then later. Here's a test to find out whether you have this phobia.

  • 1
    You are having problems telling someone how you feel about them, especially when they ask? (close friend, lover, family)
  • 2
    You can't open up even if you want to? You are unconsciously scared
  • 3
    You keep giving excuses for your behaviour and would rather let the person go than talking from your heart?
  • 4
    You are scared to talk about anything serious that would make you close with the person?
  • 5
    You stop texting and calling the person. Ignorance is your defence mechanism?
  • 6
    You have certain introvert attitudes? Mood swings, isolation, etc.
  • 7
    You have a wall built around your heart?
  • 8
    You relate anything bad as a sign not to open up?
  • 9
    You can't tell the person what goes on in your life. You are secretive about personal matters?
  • 10
    Hugs and touch make you feel vulnerable and weird?

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