For the majority of her 40-some years, a woman identified only as “S.M.” had never felt fear.
Most of us know when to be scared and when to calm down. However, a new research shows that children who are diagnosed with autism find it difficult to let go of old, outdated fears.
Remember the movie "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind"? If that movie kept you wishing you could erase a part of your memory, your wish might be just be coming true.
It is believed that speaking out about the things that scare or cause anxiety in us, always helps us deal with it. But does it really work?