Sam Porter Bridges, the role played by Norman Reedus in Death Stranded, is said to have phobia. Obviously, some problems plague Sam, but the name of the condition itself is only mentioned in the delivery, so if you don't understand it, it will easily disappear in a larger fictional world.
But this is not a fictitious condition. Phobia phobia is a true phobia. When you play a role in Death Stranded, you will have a clearer understanding of how it affects Sam, where he might develop it, and how it fits the theme of the story. And theme. We will not destroy this for you now, but we can explain the meaning and meaning of the fear of heights.
What is fear of heights? Symptoms and causes
Aphophosmphobia is a phobia, or an extreme fear and irrational fear of intimacy. This includes the physical touch, which is why Sam gets rid of the hug or even the simple handshake in "Hug the Death". However, according to a website called Phobia Guru, this is also a fear of "emotional bonds." Symptoms of severe phobia range from a heart rate increase to an intimate reaction to body pain – a literal "combat or escape" response.
Importantly, Sam is afraid to develop a bond with others. Responsible for establishing connections throughout the United States where death has broken. It's part of the emotional development of the character, but it's also an interesting starting point for the player. He may start his own journey, not sure how to immediately influence the changes in the game world, or be unsure of their willingness to connect with it. . Very important. One of the reasons for fear of heights is the strong fear of being abandoned, which translates into a reluctance to build relationships because of fear of eventually collapsing.
"Reconnecting the United States" sounds like a daunting task, but as our Death Stranded commentary points out, the type of interpersonal relationship needed to achieve this goal is "death stranded" The most "significant achievement."
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