ventillator claustrophobia question ...
Hello, does anyone else in the world have this? I am 56. Since childhood, I have suffered from a sort of claustrophobia having to do with situations of rooms without windows, and ventillators in ceiling (or sometimes the wall). I suffer from it to this day. It is a particular problem with service station bathrooms. This is a difficult problem now, because the restrooms in most modern structures no longer have a window.
It doesn't seem to be a problem when the vents are in the floor. It is just a ceiling thing.
Has anyone ever heard of this, please?
Re: ventillator claustrophobia question ...
I havent heard of it, can you work out exactly what you are worried about?
a behaviourally trained psychologist should be able to help by desensitising yoiu
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