Nostophobia

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Nostophobia is repugnance or dislike of the past, the antithesis of nostalgia.[1] Nostophobic reactions are often encouraged to reduce resistance to workplace or similar changes.[citation needed] The fear of returning to one`s childhood home is nostophobia combined with its comorbidity ecophobia: fear of house.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bakke-Hansen, Martin (Mar 5, 2015). "Nostalgia and Nostophobia: Emotional Memory in Joseph Roth and Herta Muller". In Devika Sharma (ed.). Structures of Feeling: Affectivity and the Study of Culture. Walter de Gruyter. pp. 116–123. ISBN 9783110369519.