Roz Chast is an expert at turning anxiety into humour.
Her often angst-ridden cartoons have been appearing in The New Yorker for over 30 years, and she has written or illustrated more than a dozen books full of dangerously stressed-out, yet completely charming characters.
Her latest is titled What I Hate from A to Z (including spontaneous combustion and the shape of a hammerhead shark's head.)
And Roz Chast revealed her alphabet's worth of anxieties to Jian on today's Q.
Can you relate? Let us know your oddest aversions here