- "National Dystychiphobia Awareness Day™ is celebrated annually December 4th.
- According to research, 1 in 3 persons involved in an auto accident will develop dystychiphobia.
- National Dystychiphobia Awareness Day™ exists to educate the public on the dystychiphobic condition, while simultaneously emphasizing the importance motor vehical operation safety.
Celebrated annually December 4 to raise awareness of motor vehicle operation safety, and help affected individuals and families overcome dystychiphobia or fear of being involved in auto accidents, National Dystychiphobia Awareness Day™ or NDADAY124™ is founded by Greshun De Bouse-Respected Researcher, Equality Advocate, and Behaviorist.
Driving may be essential for those who reside in certain parts of the world, but the fear of accidents or Dystychiphobia may occur in persons involved in at least one auto accident-and certainly multiple accidents-in which they were not at fault. Such persons develop a fear of accidents not because of their driving, but rather because of the careless driving of others. Dystychiphobia and vehophobia (fear of driving or riding in cars) are interrelated. To eliminate their concerns, dystychiphobic persons simply avoid driving and even riding in vehicles altogether.
National Dystychiphobia Awareness Day™ Founder, Respected Greshun De Bouse, like her many followers who have done so, developed dystychiphobia after having had her consistently safe driving met with unsafe driving of other motorists. A true believer in “lemons-to-lemonade” mentality, De Bouse founded #NDADAY124 to help all understand and overcome dystychiphobia like her. Dystychiphobia is related to another auto-accident-spurred condition, vehophobia-the fear of driving or riding in cars. Greshun had this to say about the holiday.
Many people don’t realize and perhaps won’t realize dystychiphobia exists and is a serious condition until it affects them or someone close to them. National Dystychiphobia Awareness Day™ exists to educate the public on the dystychiphobic condition, while simultaneously emphasizing the importance motor vehical operation safety, considering unsafe motor vehicle operation is a chief culprit of dystychiphobia. The condition alters one’s quality of life greatly, and calls for a total revamp of daily routine. Some plagued with a severe form of dystychiphobia remain homebound in hopes of avoiding coming in contact with any accidents. My desire is to for all to be whole and function at optimal capacity. However, we must realize that each dystychiphobic person will recover at his or her own pace, and some may not recover. In such cases, I want persons to learn how to effectively manage their new life normal post-dystychiphobia.
National Dystychiphobia Awareness Day™ definitely is a worthy cause all should be involved in. According to research, 1 in 3 persons involved in an auto accident will develop dystychiphobia. Respected Researcher and Behaviorist Greshun De Bouse is always helping us by raising our awareness of important issues or causes. Let’s celebrate #NDADAY124 educating ourselves on dystychiphobia and what we can do to help minimize it. Happy National Dystychiphobia Awareness Day™!