decidophobia

decidophobia

(dē-sĭd″ō-fō′bē-ă) [ decide + Gr. phobos, fear]
Fear of making a decision; a slang term.
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Exposure to stress results in physical problems like headache, back pain, shoulder ache, hypertension, tachycardia, digestive system diseases; psychological problems like getting easily angry, weakness, decidophobia, loss of concentration, and depression, and behavioral symptoms like incessant movement and sexual dysfunctions.
Without Guilt and Justice: From Decidophobia to Autonomy.
Common types of phobias include Anthrophobia (fear of people or being in a company), Ergophobia (fear of work or functioning), and Hydrophobia (fear of water), Decidophobia is the fear of making decisions.
Decidophobia (fear of making a decision)--It is understandable that no one wants to make a wrong decision.
The pros: For those who suffer from decidophobia - a real term that's all about the fear of making any kind of decisions - this relieves a lot of anxiety.
Unless you have decidophobia, a fear of making decisions, you're perfectly normal.
Even the most confident decision maker occasionally suffers from a brief bout of decidophobia.