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Ailurophobia
Ailurophobia
Ailurophobia
Ailurophobia
Ailurophobia
Ailurophobia
Ailurophobia
Ailurophobia
Ailurophobia
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Ailurophobia

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  • 1. Ailurophobia
  • 2. Definition.
    • It is the persistent irrational fear of cats.
    • Suffers may fear not only the scratch or bite, but also the “evil mystique”
  • 3. Synonyms.
    • Felinophobia
    • Elurophobia
    • Gatophobia
    • Galeophobia
  • 4. Causes.
    • It could be obtained by a real life scare of some kind that has to do with cats.
    • It can also be obtained by seeing someone else experiencing trauma .
  • 5. Situations that can trigger the fear.
    • Purr of the cat.
    • The sight of a real life cat.
    • The thought that a cat can attack when the person is outside.
    • The thought of meeting a cat in the dark.
    • Cats in pictures and on television.
    • Cat-like toys and cat- like fur.
  • 6. Symptoms.
    • Breathlessness
    • Excesive sweting
    • Dry mouth
    • Shaking
    • Heart palpitations
  • 7. Symptoms.
    • Inability to speak or think clearly
    • A fear of dying
    • Becoming mad or losing control
    • Anxiety attack
  • 8. Treatments.
    • Hypnotherapy: reprogram your subconscious.
    • Energy Psychology: emotional acupuntura.
    • Neuro-linguistic programing: re-programmed.
    • C arried out by a psychiatrist or other therapy specialist .
  • 9. thank you.

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