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my husband and I are with a volunteer fire dept. And my 11 year old daughter walked up to me scared and told me mom I just saw a really bad accident on the freeway with a man and a semi, I just looked at her and told her to stop saying things like that and walked away from her, I just figured she was trying to make things up cause I was going away on a hunting trip and she did not want me to go. So 3 days later we were home having a cookout and we had a call with a man verses a semi it never crossed my mind until a week later when my mother approached me and told me that my daughter saw that and then it happened, she was real scared! It scared me when I realized that she had told me, So now we are both scared of what she may see next.

Is she going to be like this from now on? Will she grow out of it? It is real confusing of what she sees, what do I do? She keeps asking me what if she sees something else? I don't know what to say to her other than just sit and talk about it. She also seen another accident that we had went to of a semi turning over and loosing all of it's load they were carrying, so it seems to me like she is just seeing the big things that happen. I'm scared of what she really sees like if she is seeing graphic things like the semi and the man that was hit, It was a very very graphic accident, She just said she saw the man walk into it but didn't say how much she saw, I hope she is not seeing the whole scene cause for an 11year old that would be just to much for a little girl her age to see, and to take all in, it has been about 4 months since she has seen something I'm just waiting to see if she sees things again. What can I do or is there anything I can do to help her?

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Starlight22 (11 stories) (166 posts)
14 years ago (2010-03-09)
i ment to say my mom does not believe in psyhcic and paranormal stuff...
Starlight22 (11 stories) (166 posts)
14 years ago (2010-03-09)
i wish my om was like you. My mom believes in phycics and paranormal. But my dad lives in a different state so I can't see his psyhcic friend until he comes to see me again... This is the only place where I can talk about my ability with anyone
Doublemint (3 stories) (261 posts)
14 years ago (2010-03-03)
I agree with Edmunds comment all the way on this my mom was a very good listener as I got older she eventually told me all of her experiences which made me feel better inside myself.
TheX13thXChild (21 posts)
14 years ago (2010-03-02)
its a gift and a burden. Sometimes its best for her to just talk it out, and then find out what pans from it. And she might grow out of it, but don't count on it. And shes most likely not seeing graphic things, most of the time its just the beginning, and the outcome.
Edmund (578 posts)
14 years ago (2010-03-02)
ycontreras... Only time will tell... Small children usually 5 and under see ghosts and spirits more readily than most... Some children see ghosts, spirits or future events during puberty and then grow out of it as the hormones stabilize. And again some never do or the psychic events happen with mood swings or monthly cycles. How she deals with it will depend on how open you are to what she is experiencing. You may not experience what she is going through but if you tell her that and also tell her and be there for her... So she has someone to confide in will help her to deal with whatever comes she needs someone to confide in... Or she will feel alone and will feel that it is more of a curse than anything else... You helping her will help her to deal with this and be a positive gift as possible.

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