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Is This Something Real, Or Am I Just Crazy?

 

Ever since I can remember I have been different. For example, we've all heard of Lady Gaga and heard her song Just Dance. Well I had had a dream one night that I was sitting in the parking lot of Wal-Mart listening to that song. About a year later it happened.

Another example is when Eminem's new CD "Recovery" came out. My mom had gone to school one night and I was sitting in my living room and I had an urge to text her and remind her about owing me a CD for babysitting. She texted me back saying she had just gotten it and was walking out of the store with it.

Things like that happen all the time. But what I really wanted to talk about is this: every time I tell someone something, it does the opposite. I don't know if this is something different or if it's just all in my head and I'm making myself look stupid. It's gotten to the point where it's affecting other people. For example, my uncle had a girlfriend and he proposed to her about 3 weeks ago. I was telling everyone saying, "My uncle and his girlfriend are getting married!" and I was so happy about it. A few days after I told everyone I knew, she left him for her ex-boyfriend.

I was supposed to go to the fair with my boyfriend yesterday. We made the plans and everything and I told my friends I was going to the fair with him. It rained so we couldn't go. Even with little stuff it happens. I can say, "I'm going to go get my phone charger," then I'll go upstairs and won't find it until a few days later.

I could go on and on about the times that this happens. I don't want to cost people their happiness (like my uncle for example) and I just don't want this to happen.

My boyfriend asked me to marry him the other day. I said yes, and I told my friends I was getting married to him. Now I am scared to death that something is going to happen that will break us up.

It may just be all in my head but I don't know I just want it to stop. I have a lot of psychic relatives too, if that counts for anything. I'm new to this site I just signed up today so if you have any questions just ask me I'm not sure if I can answer I don't know a lot about this site but I might be able to figure it out. And if this is all in my head and I'm making myself look stupid please tell me gently because I will be embarrassed. Lol. Thanks for all your answers!

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silent-knight (2 posts)
 
8 years ago (2011-10-07)
first off. My mother got married young and has been married 25 years. Its not about age its about maturity.

Second. As soon as you see the future it changes. Just the act of learning your friend is about to spill his coffee changes everything. Because you weren't suppose to know he spilled his coffee. And everything you do between now and then is just a little different. Whether you realize it or not. Sometimes not enough to make a difference. Other times you borrow the dollar he used to buy the coffee.

Trust me hone your skills. If you want to talk my email is - chromakeeper [at] yahoo.com - and that goes for anyone else who may have doubts. I don't have all the answers but I have had a lot of time to think about it. And I've seen a lot. You're not crazy
stephyw2001 (3 stories) (108 posts)
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8 years ago (2011-09-29)
Eagleclaw is correct, and I want to add one more thing. Even if your marriage doesn't work out, you didn't do it by announcing you're getting married. The statistics for people to stay married now are sadly very low. You are also still just a teenager, which makes your odds worse. (sorry, even if you're 19, its still very young). I got married at 23, and got divorced a year and a half later, and I never thought it would happen to me. I never wanted to get divorced, and I never want to go through that again. It just happens sometimes. You sound like a caring person, and unfortunately, caring people can have bad things happen to them because they are trusting. Just really be sure you're ready for marriage, there is absolutely no need to rush. If you know you'll be together "forever" then no biggie on waiting a little longer. I have learned my lesson on waiting.

I do hope you have good luck on your side. That everything goes smoothly for you, regardless of the outcome. And that you have the courage to speak out even if you think you'll jinx it.
Eagleclaw (386 posts)
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8 years ago (2011-09-29)
Hello,

Let me be the first to tell you that you are not responsible for others misfortunes. It just goes to show you that you are such a caring person that you would take responsibility for others misfortunes. If anything your guilty of spreading happiness around. Your uncle and his girlfriend splitting up had nothing to do with you. And, besides it is better that it happened now than after they were married. He's probably better off without her. It wasn't meant to be and maybe someone else will be in his future that will be better for him.
So about you, I believe that you have the ability to see future events. And, please realize that just because your uncles relationship did not work out it does not mean that yours will not work out either. Sit down with your boyfriend and talk to eachother. Be honest with eachother. Being engaged is one of the most happy times of your life. So, be content to announce to the world about your wedding. Hope this helps.

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