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haliyup

  2 months ago

Would you be able to work or move around freely at dizzying heights?

Condolence to the family of the deceased Mr. Allan Casil. Heard that he fell from the 16th floor when he stepped on a worn out plank of wood. If I were in his case, I wouldn't be able to work or move around freely at that height, with or without safety harness. Altitude is not the problem, it's the anxiety that the safety gears aren't reliable.

I might have a fear of heights, but the fear depends on the circumstance. The altitude isn't the problem, it's the perceived safety that triggers my fear at dizzying heights. Hahaha... :D I hold on to the guard rails so tight when I'm on a roller coaster or rides that deals with heights. I sometimes tripple check that the safety buckles are properly buckled. Once, I almost felt that I was about to slip off my seat because the safety guardrail didn't properly secure me at my place. So that triggered my fear. Hahaha... :D

What about you? Does heights paralyze you?

Photo not mine. Credit to the owner.
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marjorie_ann

  2 months ago
yes Reply
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juliet0720

  2 months ago
Yes Reply
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j4976821l

  2 months ago
me too Reply
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malen_624

  2 months ago
no Reply
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Dianners

  2 months ago
Yeah. Even just on a second/third floor of a mall and I'm on that spot where I could see the activity area below, oh my god, it's like I'm going to fall in no time. Reply
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Mapazenbuco

  2 months ago
no Reply
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simplyluz31

  2 months ago
It wasn’t a problem when I was a kid. I can even climb a tall coconut tree and relax up there but now there’s no way I will probably passed out. Last New Year’s Eve, Ky family and I went up to the roof deck which is the 42nd floor to get a 360 degrees view of fireworks I almost passed out I was shaking so bad haha. Reply
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