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Deborah Davies Opens Up About Her ‘Weird Phobia Of Stairs’

Deborah Davies took to Instagram to address and clarify her fear of stairs - bathmophobia - after getting questions from viewers.

During Monday, May 24 episode of The Real Housewives of Cheshire, the celebrity psychic spoke about it to well-known therapists Nik and Eva Speakman, collectively known as The Speakmans, on the ITVBe hit reality series.

Deborah said there was one instance when she took a tumble on the stairs around 15 years ago after her heel got caught in her coat.

"I was talking to Tiffany at the top of the stairs at what was our family home that we lived in for 15 years. I was talking to Tiff and going down the stairs and my little kitten heel of my boot got caught in the hem of my coat and I didn't know," she said during an Instagram live session, according to Cheshire Live.

"It was my right foot I put forward to go down the stairs, it was that heel that was caught in the coat and I went head first down the stairs. We had spindles and fortunately, somehow, my right hand managed to catch one of the spindles half way down the stairs and I flipped onto my back with my feet pointing upstairs," she said. "It was horrendous to be honest, but I was unharmed." 

Deborah went onto say that certain parts of her full conversation with The Speakmans was edited out, which is why she decided to more details of the scene via her Instagram Live.

"So when I was sat with The Speakmans, which you saw on the show, you see the bit that is there but we actually do more do more filming then that and it gets edited," she continued. "So they said to me, which I think they show on camera, where do you think this all began because you weren't born with stairs?"

"Which is true no one is born scared of stairs."

She went onto say that she believes her first 'issue' with stairs started at five years old.

"I used to go up the stairs with my arm over my face, Deborah shared. "I think started it around the time when my mum and dad used to leave me on my own when she went to work."

However, she added that the phobia got worse after her fall, but she "couldn't explain it" and if she could she wouldn't have a phobia.


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