Some fears cannot be shared, cannot be expressed, and cannot be understood. That is why we call them a phobia.
Ethel Anderson, a twenty eight years old woman, is an adrenaline junkie. She does everything from white-water rafting to NASCAR racing, but her excitement filled life is just the tip of the iceberg.
Ava Mills, a seventeen year old, spends her days in a small town of Virginia, cooped up in her bedroom, crying over the loss of her father.
Leonard Ford, forty-six and counting, dots on his mother, who doesn't recognize him, and tries to keep his anger controlled in his body.
These three people live separate lives, with their own worries and problems, but there is a common thread that binds them together and that is a monster called Athazagoraphobia.