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(Survey Question For Hub) What was the biggest paranoia you have ever experienced?
In couple of sentences tell me what caused this paranoia. Thank you for your cooperation. I appreciate it
Your question implies that you want a single event of paranoia... but if you have a paranoia it is usually a lifelong thing you deal with (except if you get help through therapy or something).
I'm pretty OCD so almost everything seems to be a paranoia of mine, but my biggest paranoia - that effects me everyday of my life - would be my paranoia of having things stolen from me. When I was younger I had my vehicle broken into with over $600 worth of my stuff stolen out of it. This event has pretty much scarred me and anytime I leave my vehicle or home I have to check to make sure it is locked about three times, then I always wonder back on whether I locked it or not. This also applies if I lock my things in a gym locker and even with things being stolen off my body. I am constantly checking to make sure my wallet is still in my pocket, or cell phone, etc...
Thank you for your answer )) I used to have a paranoia in which I was afraid that my family don't believe in me. And as I grew older, they were in need of me, so I showed my abilities for everything, and now this paranoia no longer exists.
Ah, ok. I guess I can see how that paranoia disappeared.
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