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  • I'M SO SORRY!
  • This is Josh, he's not your average high school guy. You see, he likes to stay very clean, but he has no choice but to stay clean. The problem is, he's scared of water, but he does not know why.  So one day at school, Josh was eating lunch and out of nowhere, somebody spills juice all over him. He was devastated and mad. He knew this would force him to take a shower.
  • School was over and it was finally time to go home. Josh was still upset so when his mom picked him up from school, he just got in the car and sat there frustrated. His mom asked him what was wrong, but he responded with "nothing".  It was a long ride for him that day. 
  • Josh had made it home. He got out of the car still upset and walked inside. He took his time making his way to the bathroom because he knew that at some point he would have to touch the shower water. 
  • Josh made his way into the bathroom in distress. He took a deep breath and slid open the shower curtains . During that time he just stared at the water faucet obligating whether or not he should take the shower. He took one last deep breath and turned on the water. The water turned on and joshed freaked out. He started to hyperventilate  and froze.
  • He dropped to his knees and started to cry. His mom came in to see him on the floor crying and she was confused on why. Josh confessed that he was scared of water, but he did not know why he had this fear nor did his mom. She made a phone call to the doctors immediately and made appointment to see what the problem. The doctor said come in as soon as possible.
  • Hours later, Josh and his mom were at the doctors office. They ran some test and came back with results. Josh and his mom waited patiently in the room waiting to here from the doctor. The doctor knocked on the door and walked in.  She said that josh had aqua-phobia, the fear of water. She said the problem can be fixed with the appropriate therapy. This left Josh happy.
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