Do snakes or clusters of tiny holes make you want to scream?
LOS ANGELES - The good news is that there’s actually something you can do about it. If your fear is debilitating, psychologists usually recommend getting up close and personal. Exposure therapy works by introducing the phobia in easily managed stages-- starting with something like a photograph of the feared object or situation. Once that become acceptable, the next step puts you a little closer until, 10 sessions later, you’re face to face and realize you’re fine. Watch the video above to see if you suffer from a phobia you didn’t even know you had.