So in my first post I explained how I always felt watched or could feel something on my bed or touching my hair. I have gone and gotten a second and a third opinion from several doctors. Only one of them felt I had an anxiety problem.
The reason I am posting this second post is because of an experience I had yesterday. I was in line waiting to order tacos (a Texas favorite for breakfast) and there was this older lady behind me. She kept giggling and it sounded like she was talking to someone. As I moved up in line she tapped me on the shoulder and told me my little girl was so pretty. I turned around and didn't see a little girl anywhere. I told her I don't have my daughter with me. She said oh well your niece then, she is very pretty.
I just shrugged it off because I was next in line and my tacos were more important at that point and I had to hurry and get to work. Well the lady behind me kept talking to whatever little girl she saw.
After I placed my order and I was waiting for it to come out, I kept feeling someone tug on my hair. It wasn't hard, it was as if someone was just waving their hands across it. I turned around and didn't see anyone there. After I got my order I turned to leave and it felt like someone grabbed the back of my shirt. I turned around and I just saw the elderly lady smiling.
Kinda freaked out at this point, I walked past the others waiting in line and walked out the door. As I did the lady waved and said bye with a big smile.
Nothing really unusual has happened since then, just the normal feelings I always get. I am torn between believing this elderly lady was slowly losing her mind, and that this "little girl" she was seeing is the reason I feel the way I do the majority of the time.
I didn't think much of it until I told my husband about it and he said that had to be what was following me. Either way it completely freaked me out.
I went to work and told my boss and she laughed at me and told me I was nuts (she is a non believer). Any thoughts or opinions would be great! Thank you for reading.