I've always known I was different than others. I was an "over-sensitive" child who fell apart over things, other people didn't seem to understand how what they said effected me. Long story short, I've spent my entire life trying to understand myself--I even earned a degree in psychology, but find my intuition more valuable in assesment. I felt flawed, disfunctionally-sensitive, such that I would just shut down.
I saw strange things, like lights around people sometimes, especially when they were standing against a white background. Kind of black and purple spots (still not sure what that's all about). I swear I once saw a specter in broad daylight when I was mowing the lawn. I especially get "the creeps" when I'm in certain places, I can feel that I'm not alone, and I had to escape.
I started listining to my intuition about 4 years ago, and when I was keeping score, it wasn't wrong-ever. I realized I could read people, especially their emotional state. I work in customer service, and I found that I could tell someone why they were calling before they even spoke.
I have dreams that hint at things to come--though I can never know what it is. What brought me here are my terrible feelings that something "bad" is going to happen, but I don't know what it is, but I KNOW. Sometimes I know things, but can't explain how I knew that any beter than "it was just a hunch".
I have made people uncomfortable in this way, and what seems "logical" to me seems inexplicable or amazing to others. I have a friend that likes to go ghost-hunting (we immediately connected). In sharring some of my experiences, she told me I was "psychicly sensitive". After a recent event I could no longer ignore this distinction, and what I learned in my 3 days of research has changed everythign for me. This led to a term of "highly sensitive people", which led me to several assesments, and even "super/ultra-sensitive" person type. This explained everything about me. I had the chills ever since I realized this is what I am and I not bi-polar/borderline schzophrenic person. I'm a "sensitive". I'll be sharring some of my own experiences, and can't wait to hear everyone's thoughts:)