I'm Ashley, 19. Struggling with identity crises, the arrival of a new baby, and the recent break up with the father.
I've actually never really been into any of the supernatural stuff. I've never seen a ghost, had a psychic vision, saw the future, or read someone's mind. However, I do believe (hopefully this doesn't make me crazy) that I could be tortured by a ghost/demon/spirit.
It started years ago. I was really young when I started receiving chronic migraines. They happened usually when I was around large groups of people. And of course I had the normal symptoms of migraines, flashing lights, weird colors around people, and hearing every little sound like everyone was talking loudly all at once.
Nothing could be found wrong with me. It's horrible I tell you. I get this terrible feeling of dread and violently vomit until I can suck down as much medication as possible. I'm shaking, worried, anxious, and hard to control.
I could have chronic migraines, but I recently decided to read up more about it and somehow found myself dragged into sites like this. Labeling migraines as a possible source of, evil? I'm so new to all of this.
And when I was in middle school, I did hang out with kids who were (not sure how to label this but) Satanic worshipers? We used to build fires in the park and burn pictures of people I didn't know. And I had plenty of weird symbols drawn onto my wrist. And I even cut stuff into houses and bark.
I'm just hoping someone who is well rehearsed into the supernatural can just calm down and explain to me why my thinking is irrational.
Thank you. C:
You need to learn how to concentrate your ability. You said empathy sounded like you, from what you've said about crowds, you're probably right. This is something you've had all your life so you don't notice anything strange, but right now you have a lot of emotions you're going through so your brain can't process all the emotions of others as well. Start honing in on one person in a small crowd, focus on them, and only them, see if you can't feel what they're feeling without all the clutter around you. Once you can, go to a bigger group, and then bigger, soon you'll be able to deal with crowds.