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Is It Empathy?

 

Ever since I was little I've always had these feelings or always knowing something. When I was four I was riding in the car with my grandfather (who is now passed on) and out of nowhere I said "don't pass that car." There was a three car pile up ahead. I've always thought that maybe I had some sort of power, but growing up in a christian only family, made me feel like an outsider and that there was no such thing a "powers".

Lately I've been sensing the feelings of others around me. I went through a lot of deaths in my family. My great grandfather committed suicide, my great grandmother died not long ago, my grandmother died, and my grandfather died. My mom doesn't believe me. But I think this is genetic, my mom had a premonition or however you spell it about her grandmother dying and then like two days later she did. I think that since I've been through a lot of deaths I have a closer connection with the nonliving. I get the feeling that my great grandfather has not yet passed, but still lingers around in my grandparents house. But I don't think of paying any attention about that. When I go over there, like in the bathroom were he committed suicide, I feel as though I can feel his pain. Maybe this is all in my head. My aunt has empathy, I think.

Can anyone tell me if this is crazy or do maybe I have some sort of power?

thanks.

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vendettaBabes (3 stories) (335 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-11-04)
hey, I am an empath too. Things like this are sometimes hard to deal with, but not impossible. I am also Christian, but my family accepts my abilities, because my father, mother and grandmother are different too. My father has dreams, my mother reads people, and my grandmother is empathic. I think I follow more after my mother's side, because dreams really aren't my thing. I'm more of a feeling person. Are you in pain about this? You want to talk, that, I can feel. You want to talk to someone who will listen, not just pretend to hear what you are saying... You have come to the right place.

-val.
Vampire_Angel (8 stories) (123 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-04-14)
Hey, I am an empath. I think you do have some empathy that was opened up more by so many deaths in your family. I think that you have some amount of precognition. My mom thinks that I am crazy also. So does my dad. Don't worry about what they think. I found this site so that I could share my stories with people who go through the same thing and believe me. Look for other people that go through this, and talk to them about it. I have researched a lot of things about psychic abilities so, if you have any questions I might be able to answer them for you. Just leave a comment on one of my stories. I hope I can help you a little. 😆
FireFly (4 stories) (35 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-01-23)
I hardly think your crazy. First of all crazy people don't think they're crazy and second abilities like empathy and stuff like that are way more common then people think. Most people have abilities like these to some degree but ride them off as being crazy or coincidence. So you probably do have a psychic gift of some sort. I hope that helps. 😉
womaninmymotherspjs (5 stories) (61 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-01-20)
Hey, I have empathy. I don't think what you are experiencing is empathy. It is a power, though. You shouldn't feel like an outsider because of your powers. And I had a dream of my grandmothers funeral. When it finally happened, it looked just like my dream. And if you have powers, use them. Don't worry about what your family thinks. Bye!

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