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My son is afraid of bugs and smoke detectors. He doesn't like loud noise so he is worried that it will hurt his ears. We decide, as we are leaving the room, what our "sweet dreams" (cookies, candies, ice cream, etc.) are going to be. This has helped him think of "sweet" things instead of the not nice things. He also has a night light that helps too.
Mine use to be afraid of her clothes strangling her so she always wanted to take her clothes off. The only way I could make her believe that nothing would happen was to sleep with her so she could see that my clothes didn't do anything to me. It took us a while, but she came around.
My 4 year old son is afraid of the dark, but sometimes is brave enough.. it seems to come and go, well I guess it is sometimes his way to get attention... but sometimes he also show it off to his lil bro when the younger one acts like he is afraid and that their room has a ghost.