I am new to this site to seek some advice. Thanks for reading and (hopefully) giving some help to me.
My story has started since I moved into my house, around 8 years ago. The house I lived in previously belonged to an old woman, whose family lived in the street as well. Sadly she passed away, and we bought the house. This is important, because I thought the ghost could be her. We changed the layout of the house, and re-decorated it all, so this might have angered her ghost.
But this can't be her. The ghost I know haunts me, is definitely a male presence, a young adult perhaps. I have felt this presence since we moved in, and have always felt like I'm being watched in my house.
Not out and about, just in my house. It's like having a person that follows me everywhere. I have felt this presence more so this past year as I have gone through more medical struggles, being diagnosed with chronic fatigue, and slowly overcoming this.
I was hoping for peoples adivce, I only ever have a visual presence of this ghost in the dark, and it's like a blurred picture. It feels like an itch when I am aware he is close. I know this is a minor experience, but some advice would help.
... Please understand that I don't want to be rid of this ghost, but to understand it. It has been like a fatherly presence that moves the odd object, it has never hurt me or made me have paralysis.
Would perhaps having a religion help, I have not been able to put faith in God of late, due to hardships in my life, wondering if that might help.
You're strong in your faith, which is great, however you are in direct violation of the Comments Guidelines. I quote:
This site offers discussions on the topic of ghost experiences, with people coming from various cultures, so please avoid proselytizing or preaching, unless the author of a story specifically asks to receive feedback from that religious perspective. This site is not about religious beliefs, it is about actual personal paranormal experiences and exploring reality with an open and investigative mind so we can actually learn more about the paranormal, with the same empirical mind set that made science so successful in other fields. Religions have a lot of wisdom to offer in terms of personal spirituality, but they can also limit our knowledge of the world with old superstitions and unproven dogmas. It's fine to share what your religion has to offer as a possible explanation, but everyone has their own, they certainly don't come here to be converted, so please, don't push it on others as irrefutable fact.
I am allowing this particular comment to stand, only so the comments of others continue to make sense. However, any others like this one will be deleted. Again, I say to you, it's fine to share what your religion has to offer as a possible explanation, but everyone has their own, they certainly don't come here to be converted, so please, don't push it on others as irrefutable fact.