I have a HUGE fear of moths, its like insanely huge and my parents insist on keeping the door open at night to let cool air in so lately theres been alot in the house. As much as I hate giving the moths free access into my home, as long as someone comes and gets it when I see one then Ill be okay, but the thing is they dont! They either laugh at me or scream at me or tell me to shut up or they take their sweet sweet time coming to get the moth. Me and my 12 year old sister were home alone today while my parents were at work and there was a moth so I asked her to get it. She attempted and it flew away and now we dont know where it is. I was stationed to the very spot I was in, not moving a muscle becuase I was so petrified of where it could be. I asked her to take a look around becuase at this point I was bawling. She kept screaming for me to shut up and she was marching around looking for it with very very little effort plus she told me she was looking for it when actually she was on the computer upstairs, meanwhile Im still frozen with fear in that one spot. I ended up having to call my grandma to drive from her house to mine to scope out the moth. We didnt end up finding it but Im so grateful she came. My immediate family is so fucking ignorant. They dont understand what its like to be that scared and have no one take you seriously. I wish they could experiance what I do, maybe they would understand better then. I hate how they think Im rediculous. The fear is I feel is such a horrible horrible feeling. Is it REALLY that much of a burden to come look for a moth?
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