Does the sight of a honeycomb, sponges, or holes make you shaky and sick to your stomach? Do you feel discomfort and an urge to destroy it? You could have trypophobia, a fear of holes.
DISCLAIMER: This video is meant for educational purposes only. Do not use information in this to self-diagnose or diagnose other people. If you feel that you or someone close to you may possess some of the characteristics mentioned in this, consult a licensed mental health professional*
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