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Maybe The Craziest Yet...

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  • Posted By: Itsame
  • April 1, 2009
  • 11:14 AM

Ok so this condition is slightly difficult to explain but I will do my best. For approx. 6 or so years, I have been reacting to visuals either actually seen on T.V or imagined in my head. Visuals such as...let's say I am watching a movie and in this movie there is a man/woman hanging from a cliff or edge of cement by the edges of his fingers, and when I actully see this or visualize it in my head, it feels like all the pressure between the fingers and the rock/cement is actuallly on my head to the point where It hurts and I need to grab my head to make it go away...from what I can remember the pain only occurs on the left side of my head relatively in the same spot. So I have that going on and lately it seems like it is starting to happen when I see/think of people walking, and the pressure between their feet and the surface gives me pain too....WTF is this? I can see or image things that trigger unnatural feelings in my head? I have gotten an MRI before and the docs said my brain is perfectly healthy...I feel like I'm going crazy and I would like some answers, somebody please help :(

Edit: I also would like to add that sometimes I get the feelings/pains without them being activated by visually/imaginatively, and I can almost feel them building up, and in order to prevent the pain I need to have my hand on my head which is extremely embarrasing to do when I'm around people and look like a complete idiot having my hand on my hand for what others would think for no reason...

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  • Blaze, are you serious? I just looked through your posts, 99% of them are you going on about your antennas and crap - it doesn't even fit into this thread. I also see you have been accused of spamming which is exactly what you are doing.
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