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I have been having strange experiences since I was about 8 or 9 years old and they just seem to keep getting worse. The typical hearing voices and seeing things but some of the things that I see are just so scary it sometimes makes me want to leave my house that second. I'm not quite sure why, but there's always a part of me that says that I have an overactive imagination and making everything up in my head. At the same time the feelings I get and how scared I am sometimes makes me doubt that.

I can't sleep at night half of the time anymore because I always feel like there is something in my room and I get a really bad feeling. I also seem to get random emotions and I am pretty sure that their not mine. I can be the happiest person one minute, the depressed the next and I can't ever figure out why I feel that way. I never have a reason to be depressed, it just happens. The moods have been interfering with my life a lot lately and affecting the people around me.

I told my parents what was going on last year and I could tell that they didn't truly believe me like they said they did. They thought it was because I watched the movie "One Missed Call". Earlier this year things really started to get crazy again and I was seeing and feeling really bad things so I told my mom again and she took me a little more seriously this time but I can still tell that she doubts what I say. With my family not really believing me makes me fell really alone and isolated. If any one has any guidance on what to do about my family, things I see or the weird moods please share

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DCinAZ (guest)
 
10 years ago (2011-01-10)
Zishu,
You really need to find a new pond to fish, it's getting boring!
Go someplace else to recruit for your cult!
You've got predator written all over you and frankly I can't believe you continue to embarrass everyone with this sneaking around the edges.
Do the Managers of this site know that you're trying to steal their members? How do you think they're going feel about it?
Go away, Zishu. You're not trying to help anyone but yourself! 😠 😠 😠
ZiShu (129 posts)
 
10 years ago (2011-01-10)
Hey there, I'm not sure if you will be eventually coming back to see this post. However I still would like to offer my help. I can help you control this gift. I have friends who can also see spirits. Even 1 that lives in Washington. Please send me an email as soon as you can.
A5 (2 stories) (144 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-12-20)
I understand the loneliness and the disbelief. But you're not alone. There are so many people on this site who would listen and help you. Spirits often will too. These things can be useful or depressing. You know about the depressing. Read Saved a Life. You'll see what I mean about the useful part. Also, you'll find it easier to solve problems for yourself and those around you.
Hope this is at all helpful
~A5
eye24 (guest)
 
11 years ago (2010-09-19)
all this is energy you are receiving. From your friends, parent, and sister. You can also can get from spirit. You know sometimes everyone at school suddenly sleep and can't talk or you feel like today is Monday but its really Sunday. Yeah I hop you understand what I mean 😁 (I think you are psi vampire just a thought
BlaCkWiDoW420 (guest)
 
11 years ago (2010-09-19)
you are not alone... Just as I am writing this I see... Spirits and hear them sometimes I don't know cause I have nightmares I can't wake up from... And sometimes I can dream about the person whos haunting me,,,,if they really need my help... I don't understand wtf they keep coming to me... At 330 every morning something always wakes me up! I hate it cause when I wake I can feel something at the foot of my bed watching me and I get so cold... Then the voices start,,, oh man... They don't quitround that time... They say help me... I shouldnt be here stuff like that,,, please if anyone knows how to calm them down let me know... Man some times I get like 5 of them coming home with me maybe even more...
kaldea_kross (2 stories) (23 posts)
 
11 years ago (2010-08-30)
I can't comment on how to deal with parents about these things. Though my parents are aware of the existence of these abilities, they don't know that I have them. O.o I don't share my thoughts on these with my parents as I'm sure they'll doubt me.

We're practically in the same boat though I can't really "see" them, my blind spot can (strangely). My mood swings are scary; I can be so happy people look at me funny already at one moment, the next second it's like I'm ready to jump off the cliff.

Even my sister wouldn't want to sleep in our room, but I shrug it off and try my best to sleep. But I try to stay awake as much as possible as I don't like what I see in my dreams.
itsxdylan22 (3 posts)
 
11 years ago (2010-02-25)
OMG I am the same way with the emotions I have no reason to be depressed or happy or anything but its really confusing sometimes.
empathchik (1 posts)
 
12 years ago (2009-10-11)
Brit, I know exactly what you are talking about. In my room I feel a negative vibe. I see things out of the corner of my eye. I have always heard voices, especially male, even when I were younger. You are not crazy and could be an empath. I got advice from a friend (who is also psychic) who says you should look at your homes history. It could be negative residual energy you are feeling. Also, you should maybe try a cleansing ritual, I know I am. I hope this helps.
Empathchik 😊
WanderingWayne (4 stories) (107 posts)
 
12 years ago (2009-09-06)
Well I just read your story over and it seems I was a little off. It seems you are not dreaming this but seeing it awake. Sorry and sorry I got so long with the story. You can beat the fear of these things and get more sleep I think. Easier said than done I guess. If your seeing them in your dreams, of if you can somehow meat them in your dreams you may be able to gain more control over them. Make them go away. Hope I was a little help. Bye.
WanderingWayne (4 stories) (107 posts)
 
12 years ago (2009-09-06)
Hi Brit. I feel for you with the lack of sleep/rest thing. I had a period of time when I was being "haunted" by something. I was drafted into the Army, served my time and got out. After being out for a few months I started having dreams that people were chasing me. Sometimes police who wanted to put me in jail (jail kind of like the army to me) Sometimes it was the Military police wanting to put me back in the army. Sometimes the draft board. Sometimes being chased by mobs. At first I wasn't concerned. But the dreams kept up and soon when I woke in the morning I would be tired from running away all night. I started to realize that my dreams were affecting my everyday life. I needed to get some real rest. It was kind of scaring me that my dreams could stop me from sleeping the way I should. Then I got mad about it and when I went to bed at night I started saying to myself, "I'm not going to take there crap." "I have to fight back." "I'm through running". I told myself this strongly just before going to sleep each night. After a period of time it worked. I was running across a huge lawn holding onto my ex girl friends hand being chased by this mob of people with pitch forks and torches like out of a Frankenstien movie. I ran up on high ground and turned and faced them. I was so mad I had no fear of any of them. I yelled, "Come on, do your worst. Lets get this over with. Lets fight this out. I'm not putting up with it anymore. This is it. It ends here." They were all pretty surprised, like they didn't think I would stand up for myself. After that it did end there. No more dreams of being chased. This may sound a little out there but it felt like (and still does) that this was something outside of myself that was trying to mess me up some how. The only power that they had over me was the power that "I gave them" through my fear. When I quit being afraid in my dreams they couldn't bother me anymore. When I quit running it took the fun out of it for them. Kind of makes sense. It took me awhile telling myself to tell them this, but I knew I had to do and so I did. I've had bad dreams since or course but none that felt like those. I still wish to this day that instead of getting mad and yelling at them I'd of just turned around and said you have no power over me, bye. Something more subtle and less emotional. Getting so mad at them was not needed to get rid of them. Although at the time maybe that was what I needed was the anger to get me motivated or something like that. Any way it worked and I started getting the rest I needed and things got back to normal. I'm thinking that if you can suggest to yourself before you go to sleep that your going to meet these dream creatures and tell them they have no power over you, they might just "call it a night" and go home. This sounds a bit weird maybe but I just had the thought you may even get to know one or two and they might be nice. Once they find out they can't scare you anymore they may just laugh about it, you may just laugh about the whole thing with them. That may be a little to far out there, but that attitude may help. Think of them as Disney characters and they may become cartoonish instead of scary. Some sort or thought process will work. Get mad at their intrusion into your life. Tell them to quit messing with you cause your tired of it. I'm really pretty sure you can find a way to defuse them and take back your nights. I did it once.
AlexB24 (3 posts)
 
12 years ago (2009-08-20)
I get the same feeling at night in my bedroom, like someone, or thing, is there with me waiting for me to go to sleep. I always seem to be snapped out of dreaming between the hours of 3AM-5AM, once I'm awake there is that feeling that I am not alone and I was woken up by something in the room. I'm 24 and now sleep with a nightlight and the TV on. Just wanted you to know that you are not alone and that there are others out there who will understand you.
create_inspire_me (5 stories) (146 posts)
 
12 years ago (2009-08-20)
First of all... Never let's anybody you know, unless otherwise, tell them you hear voices... They won't take it serously unless they think it is a medical condition.

Get checked out by the doctor

Sometimes you make yourself feel certain ways
twilightshadow (1 stories) (2 posts)
 
12 years ago (2009-08-19)
You don't mention what the voices say. Remember, Joan of Arc heard voices too:) As long as they aren't telling you to hurt yourself or someone else, you're ok. From what you describe you could have some sort of chemical imbalance or you could be a very strong empath. Lets say for now its the latter. You need to learn to shield, to block those emotions that aren't yours. It isn't difficult, but it takes practice. Choose something you think of as strong and inpenetrable like brick or steel. Now imagine yourself surrounded by a layer of this material just outside your aura. Do this several times a day, but especially when you feel emotions that are not yours. I would also suggest a room cleansing. Negativity can collect and settle, so there is more than one reason to clean your room:) But a cleansing is a spiritual cleaning of the energy. Look up Feng Shui tips and choose one that feels right and is convenient. You also do not describe what you see, but if its just an image in your mind, it can't hurt you. And you are definately not alone.
yoandmario (2 stories) (2 posts)
 
12 years ago (2009-08-18)
I'm not sure about the emoitions sorry but I can tell you that your not alone I to feel alone in this world I haven't told anybody becaus they wouldn't believe me they would think I'm crazy so best of luck!
runningfawn (1 stories) (3 posts)
 
12 years ago (2009-08-18)
I know exactly how you feel. I tried to tell my grandma, but she thought I was imagining it. I tried to tell my stepdad, and he blabs to my mom and she says I'm imagining it, too. It makes me feel alone. I know now that I'm not. About the situation with your family, I can say one thing. Don't stop trying. If they don't believe, try some more. Tell someone else you know you can trust. As for the moods, try to feel where it's coming from. Talk with that person, listen and understand. As for the things you see, you stand your ground and let it know you're not afraid. Don't let your fear swallow you and take control. I hope this helps.
revsilverson (guest)
 
12 years ago (2009-08-18)
i have been psychic since I was 10 years old. I have never had abnormal mood swings except when I am around depressed or very happy people. I feel their emotion. You however might want to check out bi-polar disorder if your mood swings intensify. Being scared because of something seen in a movie happens a lot. But most people come to realize that it is just a movie- and not always truthful either. They don't allow the fear to take over their lives. We had one woman on this site who watched a movie and it told her the demon hour was 3 AM (for catholics). Suddenly she had ghosts in her house at 3 AM! Throughout history different cultures have had different "witching" hours like from midnight to 1, dusk until dawn or whatever. But the power of her fear made her believe in this 3 AM business and things began happening to her she couldn't explain. So immediately she thinks it's ghosts because the movie was about ghostly spirits.

Let the fear go. Check with a doctor if symptoms of mood swings increase- might be a chemical imbalance you need to have adjusted.

Love and Light
taffyinky (4 stories) (108 posts)
 
12 years ago (2009-08-18)
i sometimes feel like there is another presense in my room and it makes me feel like I don't want to sleep. I don't like the feeling because I can't see what's going on. I feel like there is a person watching me.

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