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Does anyone else get "butterflies" in their stomach before something bad or uncomfortable happens? Not when you know it's coming like going to a party and meeting people or going to the docter etc. I mean out of the blue, everything is normal then bad nervous feeling and BAM....phone rings with bad news, car accident etc?
It's worth a try...anything at this point. I happen to have an old ring of my dad's that is tiger eye, just have to find it. Thank you!
You are right about not quite sane people....they do seek us out...they must sense who we are.
Originally posted by timetothink
Does anyone else get "butterflies" in their stomach before something bad or uncomfortable happens?
Not when you know it's coming like going to a party and meeting people or going to the docter etc.
I mean out of the blue, everything is normal then bad nervous feeling and BAM....phone rings with bad news, car accident etc?
Originally posted by GrimReaper86
I have to turn off electronics sometimes too.
I find this interesting, I have had odd experiences with electronics from time to time but I hadn't realized that the two things could be related. I especially find that fans or things with electric motors seem to be influenced by my "energy" if I am feeling particularly energetic. On one occasion I even found that I had to leave a room to stop a television from blinking and making odd noises, after leaving, it stopped, if I came back into the immediate vicinity it did it again. This particular type event isn't a constant for me however, and has only happened on occasion.
Originally posted by PurpleVortex
The sucky thing is that, sometimes I can't tell the difference between my emotions and the emotions I'm picking up. It can be tough, but I learned to work with it.
Originally posted by justgeneric
reply to post by GrimReaper86
Like I said everyone has a story to tell...crazy people too. It's my own fault though as I firmly believe everyone is worth at least an acknowledgement. Most crazy people though can't read body language and have to be verbally told to leave off. Heck some sane people do too!
The trick is not resenting people...that I grapple with daily. Not their fault most times that I pick up their issues or see their baggage...
As for friends well I am emotionally agoraphobic...my body left the house and took my mind with it begrudgingly.
I actually ran away from a grad party this summer, that didn't go over well. We drove up to the house, I saw all these cars I didn't know and started thinking about all the people there, a bunch of them divorcing and having problems. My husband got out of the car, I got in the driver's seat in hysterical tears and said "I can't do it". Just drove away.