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It all started when you were in the middle of a meeting with your team in the glass office where suddenly you and your team noticed that big clown hurried the pathways barging in rooms as if looking for someone.
While one of your team acted funny about it another one said that he had coulrophobia and you felt your heart pounding but pretended that it was ok and replied: “what is that?”
Coulrophobia is no laughing matter. This irrational fear of clowns can cause panic and nausea. Although it’s a rare phobia, many people find clowns creepy if not downright scary.
It turns out that some people get really scared of clowns and that there is a branch in psychology that explains a lot about this clowning fears.
On the other hand, clowns are good and humorous for young kids especially for sick or hospitalized ones. It is claimed that it helps them to heal faster or relieve them of pains.