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I have an extreme phobia of vomiting and seeing/hearing others vomit

I have an extreme phobia of vomiting and seeing/hearing others vomit, and I’ve had it for 3 years at the time of writing this. It REALLY sucks because I always feel sick after eating unless I have enough extra strong peppermints. This is a story from the early days of having the phobia.

I woke up on 16th March a few years ago (it won’t let me type the year for some reason), not feeling well. I could only eat a nibble of toast but I didn’t tell my mom I felt sick because I was too scared.

I went to school and eventually did tell the teacher I felt sick, and she told me to get some water, but I drank it really fast thinking it was guaranteed to prevent me from vomiting. Well, it didn’t.

Assembly time rolled around, and I still felt awful. I just kept saying “I don’t want to go to assembly! I feel too sick!” but they made me go anyway.

Just before the staircase that lead to the assembly hall, I threw up a tiny bit, just enough to fill a bottle cap. One of my teachers saw, and rushed me back to the classroom where I was sick some more in the sink. But hey, at least I got to go home for the rest of the day!

Too long, didn’t read: Scared of throwing up, threw up at school a few years ago.

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