As a sufferer of emetophobia myself, this is a very real representation of how it feels to experience these feelings. Yeah I swim like a girl try to keep up shirt My phobia is that of vomit or vomiting (in my lucky case, both). I have certain ground rules- if someone throws up, no matter the cause, for safety I will not be within 6 feet of them until 24 hours have passed; if ever I have one sign that says that I might throw up soon I have to check all of them and everything I’ve eaten that whole day (I do this subconsciously now), and other things. OP, thank you for telling us your story and the others’ stories and I hope the program goes well and works. I have Emetophobia too, and once refused to visit a friend I hadn’t seen in months because she and her boyfriend had come down with the stomach flu 2 days before She was mad but I stick to my decision, didn’t regret it a bit, and saw her just over a week later
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Yeah, if anyone’s ill with a virus-like that I stay away for a few days to a week. Yeah I swim like a girl try to keep up shirt been really bad on a few occasions, but one in particular. A close friend of mine confided in me that he was bulimic, and I walked around with him and talked for about 40 minutes. I love him and hugged him frequently during that walk, but I was uncomfortable the whole time. At least he was aware of my phobia so he understood, but it was still a really hard time for both of us. I also have emetophobia, it’s fucking awful honestly. I remember when I had a kidney stone the pain was so severe that I had vomited, I had completely mentally shut down. I didn’t talk for two or three days, needed someone to remind me to get up and take care of myself. It made me develop an e.d, but I go to therapy (not only for my phobia) and I can finally function as a person again. It doesn’t rule me anymore and I’m really happy about that.
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It’s been years since I’ve thrown up, and this makes me fear it even more. The last time, though, I was about 8/9, and it was because of a really bad fever. I can vividly remember just sitting there and sobbing, I didn’t leave bed for two days after that. It was honestly horrible, and since then due to my reactions to other people throwing up I can tell it’s gotten even worse, Yeah I swim like a girl try to keep up the up shirt, of course, doesn’t help anything. It’s a shitty cycle. An amazing amalgam of people and I am sure their phobias will be just as varied. Hopefully, this group will give you an answer to your phobia. Two of my family members went through that horrible recovery for a detached retina. I helped care for my dad when he had his. He started wasting away…it’s no wonder she saw what she saw.