DAY 4 – 31 Day challenge

Day 4- What are you afraid of

For me this has to be the dentist……
I really start to get panicky and well if I know I have to go I cry, feel sick and physically shake.
I know its something that some people really enjoy but I HATE it. It’s sending me funny just thinking about it. It all stems from my childhood dentist *shivers* He wasn’t very nice and always spoke very quietly, he just didn’t make me feel comfortable. Also a while ago I had to be referred to the dentist around the corner from mine as I get so panicky I needed to be sedated to get the work done properly….. I don’t like having things in my mouth.
its a horrible feeling…
A few months ago my husband was in a lot of pain and needed to go to the dentist, he made and appointment and asked me to go along with him. Me being the loving wife said yes but I could already feel myself getting panicky. So when the day arrived I felt like it was me getting the work done. Sat in the waiting room I was shaking and just not something i enjoy. 
lol its a silly thing to be afraid of but I am afraid of the dentist.
x

6 Comments

  • BusyBeeMummyBex

    Not a silly thing to be affraid of at all. I dislike the dentist but can just about cope. Xxx

  • Kat

    Not silly at all! I’m not keen on things in my mouth and it always makes me gag. Definitely more rational than my fear of spiders! xx

  • Katie Vyktoriah Reed

    Aw, bless you. I always loved going to the dentist, until after I had my son. I’d never had a cavity or any problems before, but after I had him, I wound up with three cavities and SUPER sensitive teeth. Getting them fixed was excruciating, and I’d happily never go back now!

  • Vicky

    Yes, the dentist. That’s a good one. My dentist sings to me. It helps! Bless his heart! Have a great day!

    ~joy!
    Vicky @ sleeping in an unmade bed

  • Marie

    Oh, I forgot all about that — I’ve always had a phobia of dentists — I guess it’s so strong I blocked the whole thing out because I didn’t even think of that when I wrote my post! And, of course, I have terrible teeth and have had to have a ton of work — sigh. Got to love denial some days 🙂