14 Things To Relate If You Have Acrophobia!


Acrophobia, or the fear of heights, is very common and some people might find these images quite disturbing. But hey, we're with you and we understand what you go through!

1. You prefer the rides closest to the ground in amusement parks. Getting on roller coasters, chair swings, and pirate ship rides are all just dreams for you.

Don’t even talking about the kamikaze.

2. You can’t get close to the edges of rooftops, and when you do, you can’t stop thinking that someone will come and push you off.

3. You don’t get into planes until you have to. If you do and your seat is next to the window, that trip feels like it’s never going to end.

4. Bungee jumping and skydiving seem fun, but they're just a dream because of your acrophobia.

5. Your heart skips a beat when you see people sitting like this, and you worry about them.

6. If the iron railings are lower than half of your height, you watch the view somewhere close to the door.

7. It even doesn’t leave you alone while you’re playing games, if you get too attached to your character.

The only place where fears turn into joy.

8. You feel something happening inside when you see people working in construction.

And you want to warn them to be careful.

9. If you made the mistake of getting into a cable car, you feel dizzy and sick.

10. You can’t enjoy the view when you’re passing over a bridge.

11. As the elevator goes up, you knock your knees together.

12. If you’re on the edge of a cliff, you feel like you’re going to fall.

13. It’s a total nightmare when you see yourself falling down in your dream.

14. Even though you could jump from high places when you were a kid, it turned into opposite as you grew old.

And the only way to defeat this fear is to confront it, so good luck.

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