cherophobia


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cherophobia

[‚kər·ə′fō·bē·ə]
(psychology)
An abnormal fear of happiness.
References in periodicals archive ?
In your last novel "Cherophobia" you described the case of most Egyptians who don't like to feel happy because they are convinced that something tragic will happen all the time.
Cherophobia is not a novel of sadness, it is the journey to find happiness.
Like the philosophy of melting in love in "Asphyxia", or the philosophy of alienation and societal changes in "Al Mobta'edon", and lastly the philosophy of happiness in "Cherophobia".