Everyone has a certain level of fear. It can be fear of an object, an animal, a person, a place or even a particular event. It is normal to have a little bit of fear in your system. It is your body’s way of protecting itself. The emotion of fear makes a person more careful in what he does and in how he reacts to his environment. But if this kind of fear goes beyond the normal limits and starts to control a person’s life then definitely that is a signal that person is afflicted with a behavioral disorder.
Driving phobia is one of the most common yet debilitating phobias there is. People who suffer from it see their social life, career, general well being, and happiness take a massive downturn due to this affliction. Despite the awful effects of this phenomenon, many people neglect to do anything about it, resigning themselves to commuting by public transportation, avoiding activities which require driving, staying indoors more often than they would’ve like to, and more.