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Empathy And Bad Health


I hardly know where to begin. The women in my Mom's family have always been "sensitive". Usually dreams that come true or premonitions of death or seeing someone that has died. My Grandma had the strongest abilities that I know of. She knew everything without being told - especially if you didn't want her to know. So I know I come by this honestly.

I have always been sensitive and am slowly realizing more abilities which brings in more questions, of course. Something that has come up in the last few months is that I seem to have asthma symptoms - shortness of breath, heaviness in my chest, wheezing - when someone is going to die. I still have to see a doctor to be diagnosed.

My father-in-law had terminal cancer for a year and this was when my symptoms started and progressively got worse. He passed away at the end of May and his last few days were very difficult for obvious reasons but also because I found it increasingly hard to breathe. I have no heart problems, perfect blood pressure, and I could feel that it was in my lungs. It got to the point where I got a really bad headache. I didn't understand it at the time. Then after he died he did come to "visit" me when I was driving alone and other quiet times. Sometimes I feel short of breath when I feel him around me.

Then yesterday while I was at work my breathing was so bad I could hardly stay at work. I had a horrible headache and my voice was very raspy. It slowly went away over the evening. I was confused and a little worried until it hit me today when my Mom called me at work to tell me that my Uncle died yesterday evening. I didn't have any more symptoms today.

Has anyone ever experienced anything like this? Is this possible? I will be going to the doctor to be sure of the medical side, but still really curious to know about the psychic side.

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TheMagicsInYou (1 posts)
12 years ago (2008-10-20)
I Started having the same symptoms about a week ago. Wheezing, hard to breath, raspy voice. Three days after I started having these symptoms I called my grandmother and she told me that my grandfather isn't doing well and its not looking good. She told me that they have the those people that volinteer to be by your side at all times before you die. I think their called hospil or something. But there with my grandfather right now.
My grandfather and I, over the past few years have had this almost telepathic communication. Just when he looked at me he know I understood what he was going through. As if everyone one of us have been there but only a few remember. I remember dying, I remember what its like before you die. What you see. And I see what hes seeing through his eyes.
I have always been a sensitive. And the fact that my grandfather is dying from bronchitus that turned into an namonia and I'm all of a sudden having simular symptoms. Invuitivly speaking, I feel I'm sharing his pain. I don't believe in coincidence I believe in connection and my ability to help heal others.
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
12 years ago (2008-08-27)
2curious - cute name! I think sensitive is sensitive, period, in many ways. I once saw my little neighbor, then 12, and handed him something. It "shocked" me literally. I went home, crying and gasping for air. I told the hubby I'd made a fool of myself and was having trouble breathing. That was Tuesday. Sunday he passed in an accident. It's happened to me more than once, but that time had a "witness" so had to face it in a way. I've had a few other "witnesses" over the years so I do think we pick up on it in some way.

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