im 18, i had fears of needles, doctors, ambulances, hospitals since i can remember. i have thyroid really bad, and i havent gotten my blood tested in over well years eventually not taking the right meds will kill me. also i love kids, i love taking care of them i want to be a teacher and i almost have this job as a substitute, but they have to do a tb test which revolves going to a doctor and having them stick needles in your arm. it makes me like tearry eyed just thinking about it. my boyfriends like "babe, you need to get over this phobia" well hunny its not as simple as that. ive tried and failed. he also told me like lets say i have diabetes which runs in my family oh so bad. and like my grandma and a few other people he said he would hold me down and MAKE me get that shot, not even considering my fears like he dont care, is that wrong or what? so actually i have two questions. 1. will i get over this phobia, and how and 2. is my boyfriend wrong by saying what he would do knowing im scared of it like to death?
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