Cherophobia (fear of happiness) is an attitude towards happiness in which individuals may deliberately avoid experiences that invoke positive emotions or happiness because they think something bad will happen after.
Afraid of flying, Muhammad Ali spent his first flight praying with the parachute strapped to his back. He was heading to Rome.
Cherophobia is the fear of being too happy because “something tragic” will happen.
Two Muslim men were kicked off a flight because of their traditional attire. They were heading to a conference on Islamaphobia.
As opposed to Internet “lore”, many of the “weird similarities” between the Lincoln assassination and the Kennedy assassination are fabricated, “Anatadaephobia”, or the fear that somewhere a duck is watching you, does not exist, and the name of the fear of long words is not “Hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobia”.