Because I was not born in, I missed out on most of the demon fears and the fears of the world when I was little. And I don't remember any consistent, irrational fears I had then.
However, I did have things I dreaded without being aware of the reason. And going to church was one of those things, starting when I was a little more than 9. I was apprehensive about going to church, and relieved when we did not immediately start going (we had just moved). I could not stand all the artifacts of being Christian, and proclaimed myself more or less atheist. The one time I was threatened with church, I acted up and then went down stairs and locked the door (taking the key with me). They had to waste an hour buying another one, and I got a spanking (but I missed church that day).
Had I only knew Jesus' true message at that time, most of that apprehension would have been avoidable. Possibly my right brain was starting to integrate the real meaning of religion and I was not consciously aware of it? I guess that's one more reason the Watchtower Society is going to start demonizing that "Society of Secrets" (which I recommend Googling)--it sure woke me up to the one thing I dreaded most.
Good thing my parents didn't start studying to become Jehovah's Witlesses then--three churches per week, plus field circus and having your whole life arranged by the Filthful and Disgraceful Slavebugger!