There are many different types of specific phobias. They’re phobias concerning a specific object or situation. One such phobia relates to meteorological phenomena. For example, sufferers might be afraid of lightning and thunder, both in the distance and nearby. Or, they may be afraid of thick fog in which visibility is reduced to a minimum. As a rule, people who suffer from a meteorological phobia have experienced adverse weather situations that have marked their life history. Therefore, the idea that a similar event could be repeated causes them to suffer. Weather phobias are phobias specific to adverse weather situations….
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