Nachlophobia

Nachlophobia

n.
the fear that your deepest connections with people are ultimately pretty shallow, that although your relationships feel congenial in the moment, an audit of your life would reveal a smattering of low-interest holdings and uninvested windfall profits, which will indicate you were never really at risk of joy, sacrifice, or loss.

Greek αναχλός (anachlós), loosely held together + -φοβία (-phobía), fear. May also appear as apomakrysmenophobia. Pronounced “nok-luh-foh-bee-uh.”

Feresy

Querinous

Hanker Sore

Lilo

Suente

Ochisia

Fensiveness

Nachlophobia

Attriage

Los Vidados

La Gaudière

On Tenderhooks

Redesis

The Kinder Surprise

Semaphorism

Sitheless

Hubilance

Anderance

Catoptric Tristesse

Innity

Fellchaser

Adronitis

Hickering

Holiette

Anticious

Nachlophobia

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