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Husband Attracting Negative Energies

 

My husband and I just got married 10/2008. As we are both 25 and I am a full time student, we really don't have money to get our own place. So we are currently living in a room we are building in my grandmother's garage. Being our first year of marriage it has been very hard. Especially because my grandmother and him no longer get along. My husband had a rough childhood, his mother left him, his dad was completely negative towards him, and every other girlfriend of his somehow put him down. He now has a negative attitude and a huge sense of paranoia. Now that we're married though, not only is every out to get him but he unknowingly is trying to convince me that people are out to get me.

I have always had a natural ability, which from my past post I have been blocking for a long time. Now I am realizing that it is truly a gift and I am trying to encourage it in myself and working on strengthening it. The problem that I come across is with his natural negative attitude and the fighting with my grandmother that causes fighting with me, along with the natural tension that comes with the first year of marriage I feel the house just filling with negative energies. Some of which I believe have been attached to him for a very long time. He is also into psychic abilities, but he goes about it a different way. The only way I can explain it is he almost threatens the higher ups to see if they can scare him. Like a "come and get me" attitude. And the rest are new beings that are attracted here from all the tension.

I have asked him to try and calm down, and told him that it's bringing more negativity here and isn't helping him get rid of whatever is attached to him, but it's not working very well. I have talked with my grandmother and have asked her to come to me if she has a problem. I have given him books that I already have read and suggestions to try to help him feel more secure in our relationship, and help us actually communicate rather than fight. But it seems that he doesn't have an interest in anything I say or do.

In the end it is really hurting my practices. I am terrified of my room and house at night. I have to even sleep with a night light on so I'm always able to see what's around. Every night I ask my spirit guides and angels to protect me when I'm trying to sleep. This of course is when anything negative tries to come to me. I can barely even meditate anymore because I don't feel safe at all in my own home. I'm completely at my wits end, and can't come up with a sensible solution. Any suggestions would be appreciated!

Thank you and God bless!

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XtjrX (7 stories) (300 posts)
 
11 years ago (2009-05-20)
Tiffany006: I'm glad to see you haven't lost your sense of humor. I'm not sure how much you know about Ariel, is known for her/his sense of humor. Why? Because s/he deals with a lot of the really dark side of humanity. S/he is kind of a prankster, so the message was given with a sense of humor, but still should not be over looked. Please keep me posted.
Tiffany006 (2 stories) (30 posts)
 
11 years ago (2009-05-20)
Maybe cause tonight is actually garbage night and I still haven't taken it out? Lol Just kidding. I have no idea. I'm sure it'll come through whatever it does mean (if I write a word and a D isn't there sorry that key doesn't like me today)
XtjrX (7 stories) (300 posts)
 
11 years ago (2009-05-20)
Tiffany: I know what the message means for me, I don't claim to know what it means for you.
Tiffany006 (2 stories) (30 posts)
 
11 years ago (2009-05-20)
Hey guys,
Thank you very much for your concern. I really do unerstand where everyone is coming from (I've helped my own mother out of these situations before) I know what I have to do to protect myself, I really do. But in the end I need to make sure I did everything I could, I don't want to have one doubt in my mind or one "What if" In the end though that does take some time. I am currently taking measures to protect myself, and he even knows that. We discussed it and he knows what he has to do and he knows what will happen if he doesn't. At this point in time that's the best I can do. Now the ball is in his court and if I don't see anything happening in the next month. Well you can guess
XtjrX (7 stories) (300 posts)
 
11 years ago (2009-05-20)
Tiffany006: I just got a sign from Ariel, I pulled out my phone to post because it's a sign for me, but I was reading storm's reply and it IS for you also, "It's time to take out the garbage". I heard a crash in the kitchen where I just moved in. I had a garbage bag hanging from a nail just fall. Its been hanging there for 3 days... It just fell. When Arch Angel Ariel speaks listen up. I need to throw away my garbage, and so should you. Message delivered. Sign here _________ X
stormtree (1 stories) (53 posts)
 
11 years ago (2009-05-20)
P.S.

I referred to guilt and self-doubt as the bedfellows of compassion and understanding. I should have said "evil twins". The first two wear deceptive masks, and are generated by fear. Don't be deceived. Sometimes exactly the right thing feels exactly wrong, when you are dealing with an unhealthy individual. This is unfortunate, but true.

Strength and honesty are not the same thing as cruelty and heartlessness, but they can feel like it, and others may judge you based on the appearance of it. You must overcome your self-judgment and take your power back from those who would judge you.

If you learn these lessons, you will be a stronger, wiser, more genuinely loving woman than many ever get to be at any age. Whether or not it is fair, it is necessary for you to face these lessons now.

Stormtree
stormtree (1 stories) (53 posts)
 
11 years ago (2009-05-20)
Tiffany,

Listen up and listen hard. You are in a dangerous and unhealthy space, and the fact that you are young, are feeling the lack of options that come with the feeling of obligation to a new marriage and the illusion of limitation to a new place are nothing compared to the isolation and helplessness that you will feel if things keep going the way they are.

Your husband may say that every girlfriend put him down, but there is more than one side of that story. The belief that you are "the one" who is "finally going to understand him" can be a fatal one. If he had a rough childhood, that is something for him to get over, not to use as an excuse for attachment to negativity.

At the very least, consider this. You can get together with some support and engage in prayer and ritual to banish anger, fear, and the other negativity that your husband has. He is free to let it go and remain with you in clarity, or go away along with it.

The human heart is designed to love a partner unconditionally... To forgive, to believe, to endure, even to the point of self-sacrifice. This works great when there are two partners who are both healthy. When one has a period of struggle, the other hangs in there, and VICE VERSA.

It does not work if one partner is not healthy.

I am 53 years old. I am a strong and compassionate individual, and a social worker by trade. I have been in two marriages in which my understanding and compassion were not only inadequate to change my unhealthy partners, but indeed they got tied up with their negative bedfellows self-doubt and guilt and kept me in situations that drew me down, compromising my work, my health, even my children... And quite literally almost resulted in my death. And I am a man. (Just to let you know, these two marriages do not represent the totality of my love life, which is now much happier.)

As a social worker, I have seen the scenario many, many times. There is always a desire to hope, a rationale to forgive, a moment of charity to point out, and generally contrition and statements of love to refer to. These do not mean that the dynamic is healthy. They go along with and perpetuate an unhealthy dynamic almost all of the time.

You cannot change your new husband. He must change or not. You must take care of yourself. You do no one any good by being drawn down into darkness and danger.

HEY! REALLY! Do not doubt your recognition of the negativity. Do not doubt your worth or your right. Do not kid yourself. Don't minimize what is happening.

In principle, there is nothing wrong with claiming a positive reality, hoping, and trying. But if he is not responsive, get out while you can.

I have, in thirty years of work in the field, seen far too many cases of what had at one time been happy and relatively strong women lost to this world in the process of giving him "one more chance." The "one chance" can be repeated over and over for years, until there is nothing left of the life that had once been full of hope.

You are in my prayers,

Stormtree
Tiffany006 (2 stories) (30 posts)
 
11 years ago (2009-05-19)
Hum, I didn't see your in here. I'm going to read your story right now. I'm sorry!
XtjrX (7 stories) (300 posts)
 
11 years ago (2009-05-19)
Tiffany006: I thought I had a perfect reply, but it was erased, so it wasn't meant to be. Please read this story of mine here. Http://www.psychic-experiences.com/real-psychic-story.php?story=2525. I'm hoping you will contact me as I am confident you will see some of your husband in my story.
Tiffany006 (2 stories) (30 posts)
 
11 years ago (2009-05-17)
Ok I'm back! I am first off really sorry if I worried anyone in not responding. Like I said I didn't even know it was up yet.
Now, I have since found out since I post that last story thing, that he has a chemical inbalance like Bi-polar or something, we have decussed it and I have told him that he needs help in fixing this because I need him to be positive and supportive right now. So far he hasn't gotten help. Granted it has only been a week. He also knows that if it doesn't change and he doesn't get help it is an issue that I am willing to leave him on. Not only is it not good for my psychicly but mentally it has taken it's toll.
So that's where I stand as of now. I will try to keep everyone updated the best I can, Thank you all for the advice and blessings and worry. I have started a blog www.mypsychicjourney.com that will proably be the best way to keep you all updated and it has my email address if anyone needs to get ahold of me asap! Thank you again for your time!
Tiffany006 (2 stories) (30 posts)
 
11 years ago (2009-05-17)
Sorry you guys for not writing. I never got confirmation that my story made it up. Give me a moment to read all comments and I'll responde with an update!
Br1tt4ny (3 stories) (28 posts)
 
11 years ago (2009-05-14)
Tiffany please please read my story "Is it following me or did I manifest it". I tried for 5 years to hold on to my marriage as my husband raged, taunted, cursed, blamed god- everything you could think of when it came to negativity following people. I have been aware of my abilites for over a decayed and still could not help him. In fact I believe that because "It" couldn't hurt or infect me it tightened its control on him. Patrica is right. She is so right. If you fight to help it might end up hurting you. Personal experience my husband just came up one day and started strangling me. I looked into his eyes and knew it was in him at that moment in time. I could see this "spirit", you are sensing it's presence. Also if your husband doesn't want gods light church will not help him. In fact it might just aggrevate the spirit, it did I'm my case. Good luck please be safe and make good choices. I worry for you.
Patricia (4 stories) (8 posts)
 
11 years ago (2009-05-14)
Tiffany...I also should mention that, he drew negative spirits and entities into our home and as a result, our children had horrific dreams and scary experiences, and many other unnatural occurrences. He admitted jokingly to certain things, but I knew he was really wanting to brag on his ability to cause such misfortune to others. You boyfriend may not speak on it... But he knows about it. He is not completely a victim. Believe me.
Patricia (4 stories) (8 posts)
 
11 years ago (2009-05-14)
I am much older than you and have seen and experienced many things in my life, so please trust what I am going to say to you. You should leave this young man... You cannot help him to change what he does not care to change. He may have had a difficult life, but many people have... Only some "choose" to hold on to negativity as a way to control other people. Negativity is like a disease... It will spread to you... And your family as long as he remains. It is not your job to fix or heal him. I lived with such a man for 27 years and I thought my love would heal him... But his sullenness and bad vibes absorbed all of my positive energy until I became sick and depressed, feeling only hopelessness and despair. It took me 27 years to realize that the problem was him... The man that I chose to love. Do not wait another moment... Life and love should be joyful and happy... Not filled with anger and brooding. Be young and hopeful... Let him go.
Edmund (578 posts)
 
11 years ago (2009-05-13)
Tiffany006... Your Husband first must work on the trust issues and his relationship with your Grandmother... When he can get rid of the negativity that comes with that kind of attitude a lot of the dark/evil entities that are associated with it will go also. You can help by surronding him with light and to pray for him... Blessings
muneca913 (2 stories) (15 posts)
 
11 years ago (2009-05-13)
Oh wow. I've been going through the exact same thing with my boyfriend. Except he's not aware of anything spiritual and all that and his ex's family are into Santeria. I believe they sent something or someone to make his life and mine hell. I've moved back into my parent's home because I feel the same way you do when I step in to the apartment we shared. Your husband should really not challenge whatever is following him. I feel that could get very dangerous. Try suggesting he go to church and/or talking to a priest or pastor. Restoring his faith could help a lot with the negativity. Keep me posted.

God Bless! ~Susan ❤

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