Hi, Galaxy/Galaxian/Galaxian Explosion/Big Bang here,
I'm not going to really rant (and I'm pretty sure that right after I type that I'm going to do it, xD),
So, the thing is, I've been nightmares for a year and a half continually now. Every. Single. Day.
And the other thing is, I've always had this weird "prophet" thing with me, when I unconsciously think about, or dream about, something, it has a high probability of coming true. So, whenever I dream of something bad I try everything in my power to not make it happen.
I know you, who's reading this, is probably thinking, "So what? Everyone has nightmares. You're just being paranoid", but it's not like that. Nightmares... for me... are not typical. They are just... gruesome. And bloody. Usually it involves someone trying to kill me. And the people in my neighborhood... they aren't good people. And whenever I have a bad dream, usually they... stalk me or something in real life the day after I wake up from the dream. It's really making me paranoid, and it's gone to such a degree that I won't step foot outside my house anymore, because I don't like getting followed around when I'm on my bike and the crazy people are in their cars.
I swear, I don't think about these things. Sure, I have a very vivid imagination, but I don't think about those things! That's basically what I'm confused about, I don't think about them, yet the things continue to appear in my dreams, and then the dreams sometimes come real, no matter how I try to prevent it. And if my dreams are about some people trying to kill me... and those people stalking me? I don't have a good feeling about this, that's for sure.
Please just tell me what I should do! Right now, for me, the SA forums are one of the most reliable and friendly places of support I have ever seen, on the Internet. And this is a really big issue. I'm not the kind of person who would just put my personal issues on here, but I'm just... paranoid. I've been using this word a lot.
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