Being afraid of the dark often starts in childhood and is viewed as a normal Some adults and children are simply more susceptible to fears.
We all know that being spooked by a pitch-black room is a common childhood fear. But by the time we become adults, we know, on a rational.
While being afraid of the dark may be a part of normal development in young children, that is not the case for older children and adults.
The dilemma I am 27, and it feels childish to admit, but I am still afraid of the dark. I am a very confident and assertive woman who has no.