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  1. I would not combine fears and phobias in this particular issue.
    Phobias-yes, this is destructive; but with fears, the situation is much more complicated.
    Even if we temporarily forget about T. S. natural fears of heights or electric shock (those that are essentially a human defense mechanism), and focus on, for example, social fears, this is still a rather complex and multifaceted issue.
    At first glance, it may seem that fear is destructive, but constructive resolution of a frightening situation is already constructive, and thus fear can bring constructive consequences to a person. Or maybe it won't.
    Fear can give a person strength, or it can deprive them of these forces.
    In general, you need to look at the situation, and a lot of things depend on the person himself.

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