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one's afraid of love, they're afraid of rejection.
Whateverrrrr Whateverrrrr 36-40, F 13 Answers Sep 26, 2012 in Health

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No one's afraid of ax wielding maniacs..they're afraid of sodium

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that's so true. Im afraid to not be afraid but I do fear the lord.

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that's a good point, it probably stems from your body understanding that the falling feeling is normally not safe while in water you can normally float.. Realize that in this same water has no real bottom and you can't stay afloat you will be just as afraid.

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some fear falling into deep water....

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True!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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No, falling is fine, heights are a problem, drowning is a problem of course, but it's the waters fault not my swimming ability.. and some people are afraid of love because of the demands it brings, most people are quite used to rejection and it holds little or no fear.. sry , but I've always hated trite sayings like these.. they're a bit too pat.

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When I was a kid, I was afraid there was a shark in the deep end of the swimming pool. Such nonsense children believe.

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That's what it means! When you're afraid of heights, it translates into being afraid of falling. Wasn't that obvious!? O.o

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true

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Wrong... I'm not afraid of falling. I'm afraid of the ground--when it's further away than 20 feet...

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I'm not afraid of falling I love falling its landing I don't like

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Unless they're Finn the human.

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