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Thinking about something makes it real? - June 13th 2018, 09:47 PM

Hi, Iím kinda confused about this. I spend a lot of time writing ideas for short stories and scripts-and many of these are about people dying/getting injured/getting ill. For a while, I have noticed when I write or think of ideas about a character getting ill or hurt or whatever this happens to me or my family in real life. I feel like Iím over thinking, but is it just a coincidence or is this an actual thing? I obviously donít want me or my mates to be hurt/Sick but I enjoy writing stories and thinking of ideas for them, and some of my best ideas are my not so nice stories-about these topics. Really just want someone to tell me Iím being stupid 😂

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Re: Thinking about something makes it real? - June 13th 2018, 11:46 PM

I don't think it's stupid but don't think too much into this. I've had the same sort of thoughts where I've had a nasty dream and then something bad happens, or I think the worst about a situation and then it happens. It's coincidence most likely and not your fault. If you enjoy writing then carry on doing so. Life is just a bit strange like this sometimes.

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Re: Thinking about something makes it real? - June 14th 2018, 12:56 AM

I don't think that is stupid at all, it's natural for us to worry if something we wrote or thought about that has happened in real life is our fault. It's really important not to think too much of it. If you want to keep writing, then please do so. Don't let this scare you from doing something you love!
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Re: Thinking about something makes it real? - June 14th 2018, 07:47 AM

If only that was true...
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Re: Thinking about something makes it real? - June 19th 2018, 12:30 PM

May be you're just thinking too much. i would that is little stupid and there is no such things. Can be coincidences. Stop worrying about this.
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