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◄♥ Witchy Mel ââ 
Asked at 2010.09.01 20:45:48
Isn't that not trusting yourself?

I am sure that this is the extreme and I am hoping for some clarity on this train of thought. I hear over and over again that you can't trust your memories, you can't trust your vision, if you have an emotional reaction to something than you probably shouldn't trust that...

That goes against everything I have learned in my life. Trusting myself has on a number of occasions been the determining factor of success for me, among other things, such as survival...and I can't understand how not trusting one's self is a good thing.

Anyways, I would like to know your thoughts and if you do think this way, why?

Oh yeah, anyone else out there like me? Can you relate to my confusion on this?

Thanks in advance for the good answers. :)
answer I'm just me  Answered at 2010.09.01 20:45:48
Yeah, I'm quite a lot like you. I learned to be that way, to trust myself. I grew up knowing about the ONLY person I could trust was me.

what I'd honestly like to know is why people would rather say they were hallucinating (which let's face it, if you're hallucinating, there's something seriously wrong with you, it doesn't happen normally, under any sort of normal circumstance) than admit that maybe they experienced something paranormal. Why in the world would you rather be crazy? I mean no offense when I ask that, but it just makes no sense to me. In the sense that it goes against everything I've ever learned in my life.

good question, Mel. :)
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