I've been reading stories on this site and others about how when people have strong emotions they can affect their surroundings so I decided to share this.
This happened when I was around eleven and my brother who was nine. We got into an argument, so there was lots of screaming and yelling, basically the whole nine yards when siblings argue.
Then my brother left and went to his room, and I stayed in the living room, still really angry and fighting the urge to go and get back at him.
Here is the occurence that happened. In the living room, I was sitting on the couch. The wall opposite me hung a picture of me, next to that one was a picture of my brother and I, and on the other side was a picture my brother. The picture of me and my brother fell off its hook somehow. Their was nothing that caused it to fall, no disturbance at all.
My mom who had been a witness and had tried to calm us down, told me that our argument had caused the picture to fall.
Now, that I look back at it and compare it to other stories somewhat similar to mine, makes me think that it probably was what caused it to fall.
This brings me to a question I've wanted to ask. If it is posible that our emotions are strong enough to affect our surroundings? If so, then could they actually bring harm to someone when you had no intention to do so? If it can, then it's another reason not to let your emotions get the best of you.