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Try to keep your house as clean as possible and don't leave ANY food out/unwraped without putting it away or fully eating it. If that doesn't work, do an old fashioned sacrifice to the good old fire demons. BURN EM!!!!I'm a 17 year old male. I'm not afraid of things that most people are terrified of, such as death, heights, etc. However, as a kid I was always afraid of something that I knew couldn't harm me (or anyone else) and I recently realized that at 17, I am possibly worse off than I was then. I grew up in a house that had them ALL the time. When we moved, I rarely ever saw one again and I didn't have to deal with them.
I have a VERY irrational fear of cockroaches. I hate everything about them, from their appearance, to the crunch and popping noises they make when you stomp them. I've never seen one in person, but I think I'd piss my pants on the spot if I ever saw a flying one coming towards me. I can't even bring myself to kill the things, but the moment I see one, I find an alternate route if it's in my way. I can't even remain in the same room as one. I doubt I'll ever stop hating them. What I need is to be able to kill them, whether I'm afraid or not. Someday I'm not gonna be able to have my little brother or parents do it (pretty sad, huh?). You can see the problems this would cause, I'm sure? Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
I would have screamed and ran out of the frickin' room if that happened to me. I'm so lucky I've never seen a cockroach.When I kill them, I just ignor the sound they make, and force my self to think of happy things like Butterflies =)
However, your not alone with that fear. My fathers apartment used to be crawling with them. And my room was closest to the kitchen (their little hang out zone) and when my dad got all the repalent and shit like that, they all ran into my room.
The last time I slept over at hi house was the day I founf them in my bed x.x
I would have screamed and ran out of the frickin' room if that happened to me. I'm so lucky I've never seen a cockroach.