Mostly to do with people. I hate being in the middle of a crowd. It makes me nervous and afraid of everyone around me. I can't look out the window of a car or even walk down a street that has people without feeling really scared, like someone is going to attack me or someone I care about. It's sort of ridiculous. For example, I think that the guy sitting at a street corner with a sign asking for money is going to reveal himself as a suicide bomber or the lady holding her baby is going to pull out a gun and start shooting me or someone I'm with. I'm constantly afraid of that, but nothing like that has ever happened before. Whenever I talk to people outside of the few I'm close to, I always think they have ulterior motives in talking to me. They want something from me. They're trying to gain my trust so they can use me. They want to hurt me. I can't convince myself otherwise. I can't trust them no matter how much I want to. I don't like being with a lot of people, because I'm afraid that one person will distract me and another will harm me while I'm distracted. I just feel like everyone's out to hurt me, whether by hurting me directly or hurting me through hurting the people I care about. If I'm expecting to see someone and they're late or there's a lapse in communication and they aren't where I think they'd be, I freak out until I get conformation that they're definitely a hundred-percent okay. I always think the worst: that they died in an accident, that someone is hurting them, that they're in trouble. None of this has really happened, but I still worry about it constantly.