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- noun The morbid fear of being
aloneor of oneself.
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His opinion is that Palladian is Titus, and comments like this ...the "real Titus" inasmuch as a fictional character can be real has always been stupid are indicative of autophobia.
As the episodes of this traumatic condition -- autophobia -- build, the lives of Martie and her husband, Dustin, change drastically.
In this unforgettable novel he weaves a tale of madness, suspense, love, and terror from a startling and true-life psychological condition so close to home it will stun even his most seasoned readers: autophobia -- fear of oneself.
"By overcoming your 'autophobia,' fear of yourself, and getting comfortable with your feelings, you can turn them from ugly emotions into useful ones."