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A phobia called Allodoxaphobia exists which is the fear of opinions.

Information provided by the Psych Times and Fearof.net confirms that Allodoxaphobia is the fear of opinions.

Information provided by the Psych Times and Fearof.net confirms that Allodoxaphobia is the fear of opinions.Psych Times reports that Allodoxaphobia is the irrational fear of opinions. People suffering from this disorder may find it extremely difficult to cope with day-to-day life, whether due to actually being judged by others or merely due to their own paranoia. In some cases, they may even experience panic attacks that will require hospitalization. Their intense fear of other people making opinions of them may be rooted in their own insecurities. So, they may fear that the opinions of other people are the same critical opinions that they have of themselves.

The Fearof.net article states that Allodoxaphobia is the fear of opinions. In some cases, opinions or situations trigger it but sometimes in severe cases, the thought of those things altogether triggers it.

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