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Arrow watcher gone? - October 21st 2012, 07:05 PM

awhile ago i was going to write this but i ran out of time and now the situation has changed, too.
For a long time i've been feeling like something was with me when i was alone, but when i was with someone, it would go away. it was comforting sometimes but other times it scared me, that was the situation i was going to write about. but now i don't feel that presence there anymore, and i'm feeling more lonley than ever. I used to think that when whatever it was was with me, i was never really alone or in danger. it just felt safe, but now it's gone and i can't help but feel that when i'm alone, i'm actually completly alone. i don't really know what to do, or if i'm just going insane, but i just want to be back to normal.
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Re: watcher gone? - October 22nd 2012, 06:22 AM

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Re: watcher gone? - October 22nd 2012, 08:30 AM

When you were alone in the past, did you ALWAYS feel like something/someone was with you? Or did it only occur at certain times? I don't think it's terribly abnormal to get that "creeped out" feeling when we're alone - to know we're alone, but somehow still feel like we're NOT alone. I know that I've been alone at my dad's house in the past, and heard a creaking sound somewhere upstairs. I've searched the house, found nothing, yet still felt like I wasn't alone. Our minds can play very strange tricks on us, and maybe that's what's been happening with you. Perhaps certain events (ex. time of day, activity, food/drink that contains sugar/caffeine) heightens that sense of not being alone?

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