water leaking experiences.
Sometimes at night I imagine all the built up water pressure that is just dying to get out and it stresses me out and makes it difficult to sleep. I know that the many valves and pipes throughout my home holding the water back can't take the pressure forever and are bound to give in some day.
I'm aware that this is not a logical response to such a beautiful things as indoor plumbing. If I used that same train of thought, then I should probably be scared to go out in public where there are lots of people. It's not that I am scared of people. I just don't like blood and I get grossed out watching stuff like surgeries on TV. At some point, there is bound to be some blood leaking. Just think of the nasty potential if everyone at a party sprung a leak at the same time and started bleeding all over.
I have never had a good relationship with water. As I've mentioned before, it is one of my greatest fears. I've heard of people who are scared of spiders, confined spaces, heights, going out in public, etc. but what would it make me if I'm scared of leaking water in my home? I'm sure there is a name for it, but I'm too lazy to find out. Maybe someone reading this could enlighten me. Just don't try any Freudian psychoanalysis on me. I feel dumb enough stressing over the potential water damage in my home and the last thing I need to find out is that I have even deeper issues like bed wetting.