Hi guys, I'm collecting stories to share in a true-life podcast about fear. The podcast will focus on when, why, & how fear enters our lives, and the ways in which it affects our day-to-day behaviour. I'm particularly interested in times & places where you may have felt unsafe. I'm talking about stuff like: checking your backseat before you get in your car. Hurrying through a parking garage. Feeling hesitancy to get into an elevator. If you've had a man (or woman) stand too close, follow too quickly, or watch you from across a room. I'm interested. I want to know how you felt & what you did. Not just times you were afraid of a person, though. Also, bugs, dogs, basements, mice, small spaces, water, public speaking... whatever. It doesn't have to be rational, though it can be. It doesn't have to have a beginning, middle & end. I just want to hear about your personal experience with being afraid. So, if you can think of a time where you were truly frightened - a bump in the night, a paranormal experience, losing your pet or child for a moment, or even if you feel comfortable talking about a phobia or anxiety, I'd love to hear it. If you'd like to learn more about my project, or have a story you'd like to share with me, please get in touch.