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    Hadephobia

    I'm having a terrible hadephobia problem. Help me. I barely have the will to live. I'm tired of being afraid.

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    Re: Hadephobia

    hadephobia: defined as the fear of hell

    Would you elaborate on what form your fear takes and how does it affect your will to live? Have you spoken to a doctor about the loss of your will to live?
    Steve

    Dum spiro spero....While I breathe, I hope

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    Re: Hadephobia

    I always have nightmares of demons and snakes. I always worry about a god that I despise might torture my atheist friends. I'm always so scared that I sometimes wish I could die so I could finally not live in fear of the unknown of what is on the other side.

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    Re: Hadephobia

    Quote Originally Posted by Clinton View Post
    I always have nightmares of demons and snakes. I always worry about a god that I despise might torture my atheist friends. I'm always so scared that I sometimes wish I could die so I could finally not live in fear of the unknown of what is on the other side.
    To reiterate Steve's question:

    Quote Originally Posted by Steve View Post
    Have you spoken to a doctor about the loss of your will to live?

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    Re: Hadephobia

    Not yet, but that is what I am thinking of doing.

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    Re: Hadephobia

    that is what I am thinking of doing.
    You need to take charge of your own health care and take the necessary steps to take back control of your thinking process. When thoughts or emotions seem to get out of control, and adversely affect one's quality of life, the best way to find out what's going on and why these thoughts and/or emotions are disrupting one's life is to consult a competent health professiona, starting with one's family doctorl.

    Is there anything preventing you from callng for an appointment with your doctor today?
    Steve

    Dum spiro spero....While I breathe, I hope

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    Re: Hadephobia

    I'm going out of town, but I know I need to see someone. I don't know what my parents would think of my problem. What should I say to them?

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    Re: Hadephobia

    I don't know what my parents would think of my problem. What should I say to them?
    Are you comfortable to be able to speak to your parents about difficulties or problems you might have? If so, then have a conversation and tell them you would like to see your doctor. You are a young adult, and as such, you need to begin taking charge of your own health care.

    Can you make an appointment to see a doctor on your own? Do you have a family doctor or perhaps a medical facility at your school? Who has been attending to your routine health care?
    Steve

    Dum spiro spero....While I breathe, I hope

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    Re: Hadephobia

    Since I'm going to college very soon, I think I should get to know the campus doctor.

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