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My First Experience As A Psychic

 

When I first turned 12, I was very weirded out. I had felt my mom's worries from across the room and somehow knew that my grandmother was going to die. I told my mom that she was worried about my mom-mom, and she told me that I was wrong, and told me to leave her alone.

That night, I had my first vision. I still remember it to this day. I saw a bunch of lights flashing, and a loud screeching noise that hurt my ears. The next morning I told my mom and she said I was lying and walked away from me. That night my mom got a call from my pop-pop. He said that my mom-mom had died and was being taken to the hospital. I went to the hospital and tried to talk to my mom again, but she felt scared whenever I got near her. After that, my mom avoided me for a while, and I grew up thinking I was a freak.

When I turned 16, I had my first telekintic experience. I learned that if I got angry, I could move things without touching them. When this happened in an argument with my dad, he called me a freak and wanted to kick me out of the house. I clamed up and became very antisocial, and just didn't talk to people. I made a friend when I was 16 and a half but from then on I kept what I have seen and felt a secret from everybody. This is a big relief to get off me chest.

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Scaredlilboy (10 posts)
 
12 years ago (2009-02-06)
Lately some of the same things have been happening to me. The other day there was a fight at school and I could feel the persons pain as they got hit. It really scared me. But I have learned how to avoid people who are bad or stuff, so it does have a good side.
Shadowdancer91 (2 stories) (15 posts)
 
12 years ago (2009-02-05)
Thanks Albator. Things are better now that My parents have looked things up online. They still don't understand what I can do, but at least now they're curious and try to talk with me. Not only that, I found out my friends cousin is like me, and I can talk to her.
And to AnneV. I agree with you. This is the reason that kids grow up confused, and even more, scared. Why can't parents just try to understand that most kids are just as confused as they are.
Epoy1984, I agree with you also. I don't think that this gift of mine is a curse, just a burden at times. I haves started meditating, whice allows me to focus and has made me stronger.
Thanks guys.
epoy1984 (14 stories) (644 posts)
 
12 years ago (2009-02-05)
Do not worry about you mom for as long as you trust yourself then accept your skill as a god given gift not a curse and use it for good not for bad for protecting the needy and the weak. Practice your skill to make yourself become much stronger and to be able to know of your skill much better. But do not let anyone know about your secret cause sometimes it can lead you to incidents. That is just my suggestion. 😁
Albator (2 stories) (46 posts)
 
12 years ago (2009-02-04)
I am a mother and I have always promised myself that I will never turn a cold shoulder on my child if she has something important to say or is in distress. You have done nothing wrong my dear, people are simply scared of things they do not understand or have a hard time dealing with them depending on their state of mind. Still, I'm sorry to say a parent should protect its child and not want to 'kick them out'. I hope things are better now and that you will realize that the abilities you have should not prevent you from leading a 'normal' life surrounded by people who care. Whatever you do, do not isolate yourself as this will have a negative impact on your morale and will make you hate your 'skills'.
AnneV (4 stories) (1048 posts) mod
 
12 years ago (2009-02-03)
It's no wonder kids grow up so confused with such ignorant parents. Consider yourself lucky enough to almost be of age to move out so you don't have to be accused of lying when speaking the truth or called names.

Hopefully you'll be kinder to your children when you have them in the future. Too many times this cycle of hostility repeats itself.

Be well.
Anne

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