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When I was about 5 or 6, I remember being able to see what looked like almost see through skeletons of dead things. When I was 7 I decided to ask my mom and dad if they were able to see them and of course they said no. So I decided to think of it as my super power (I was 7 what was I so pose to call it, me being possessed).

About 3 years later it stop, which made me not feel as special anymore but I did feel different them everyone else I knew.

When I turned 12 I was able to sense spirits or at least that's what I thought because, about a week after I turned 12 I woke up and immediately didn't feel like I was alone. After a minute of waiting lying still in bed. I heard breathing almost peaceful. At first I thought it was my dog but when I slowly over the edge of my bed to see if he was there was nothing. I immediately got out of bed and went down stairs. That's when I knew for sure that I was different.

When I turned 13 I had a, what seemed like a vision right before I fell asleep. A feeling that the next day I was going to fall at school. I told myself that it wasn't true but, thee next day after school I was just about to leave when I somehow fell, my legs just went wobbly and I collapsed.

Before I collapsed, a few weeks before, I had trouble breathing. I would have these coughing attacks that I couldn't stop from happening. About a day later I could hear and mostly feel and sense the bloodline my vanes following the beat of my heart. I could also hear the beats of other peoples hearts.

About a few months later my cough was gone for good, but I could still hear the beat of blood. That's when my next ability hit me. It started with me and my younger brothers playing a game of who could guess a number out of 25. I had the urge that when it was my turn to put my hands on his head and so I did. It was weird I felt a shot of things go through me and all of the numbers through 25 go through my head. One of those numbers stood there left in my head I removed my hands and said it 13. My brother stood there with eyes as big as a horses saying how did you know. And that's when I realized that I could read some of peoples minds, but not everything.

I am 14 and a half now and I need to know if anyone believes me. Because none of my friends know other than my close ones. Because I read their mind so they believe me or I think they do. Should I tell the rest of them? Do you believe me?

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Batgirl (2 posts)
 
9 years ago (2013-03-16)
If you can use your ability to help others, then I would certainly call it a super power. Why not? It sounds cool, and people who use their abilities like heroes should be allowed to indulge a little!

However if you're just experiencing little things that aren't of much real use to you, then it's less a power and more a quirk. A lot of people have little gifts, but only a few hone those gifts to the point where they might be able to claim the title "super hero". I don't mean this to sound like a put down, more like encouragement. So many people don't hone their skills and find ways to make real valuable use of them.
kittykat6 (4 stories) (45 posts)
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9 years ago (2012-10-17)
Okay, they're not "super powers". They are psychic abilities. And he/she doesn't even think they were "super powers", that's just what they called them when they were seven. If you want to tell them, it's your choice. And yes, I believe you, if you need the reassurance. 😊
PowerHound (3 stories) (24 posts)
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9 years ago (2012-10-17)
[at] Masamune and flowerpower
They are super powers enjoy and utilize them.
crazy14 (2 stories) (28 posts)
 
9 years ago (2012-10-16)
I would say it depends on whether to tell them or not. If you have the ability to read their mind (I can) it causes me to ask if you know they will accept you or not.
In my case, I know that most of my family will not accept me for who and what I am, so I don't tell them. Only a few people do and know, as I knew that they would. I could tell the rest of my family, but I know I would regret it.
It is tempting, but if you know already that it is not a good idea, don't do it, you'll only end up regretting it.
As for believing you, sure I do, the one problem I do have though is whether or not it is a one time thing or it happens frequently, its a bit vague to me especially on reading minds for example, and also there is a big difference between a one time thing, frequently, or whenever you want or all of the time.
As for numbers, I used to do this all of time when I was a teenager and before I realized I was abusing powers I didn't know I had. I think I still end up doing it accidentally sometimes.
I would always win at cards and other games because I somehow knew what everyone else was going to put down and how the game was going to go so that I could win. When picking a number between even 1 and a million, I would get the number exactly right, or when it came to math homework, I would just guess on half the answers and get an A everytime. Is it cool? Yes. Is it morally okay? No.
At the time, however, I just assumed that I was just incredibly, incredibly lucky. Nobody is that lucky however.
To quote spiderman, with great power comes great responsibility.
MasamuneX91 (2 stories) (47 posts)
 
9 years ago (2012-10-16)
can't say they are super powers but definitely could be spiritual/psychic abilities

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