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BadJuuJuu (guest)
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12 years ago (2010-08-25)
Sorry, I didn't answer the other question. It is true that if the ghost is attached to your son, moving would be pointless. It would simply follow your family to the new house. Try not to worry about it anymore though unless this ghost shows up again. If he does, tell him to leave.
BadJuuJuu (guest)
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12 years ago (2010-08-25)
I think telling it leave will help. I usually try not to bore people with my own stories, but I think this one may help you. A ghost attached herself to me recently and followed me home. Normally, I lay down the house rules as soon as I realize someone is there. This time, for whatever reason, I didn't. She spent a couple of days scaring my cats, and tried to yank my husband out of bed. He had some very clear finger-shaped bruises on his arm from it. One of my friends on this site told me to hurry up and tell this ghost the house rules. So, I gave the ghost my usual speech, "If anyone is here listening to me, I don't mind you staying, if you follow the house rules. You are not to scare or hurt any member of this household. If your intent is to cause harm, leave now. You would probably be happier leaving this plane altogether. Your family and friends are waiting for you on the Other side. Pass into the light and join them if you wish." Where she went after that, I don't know. The atmosphere in the house got more peaceful, the cats are calm, and nothing is bothering my husband.
Walrek (12 posts)
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12 years ago (2010-08-25)
I agree with BadJuuJuu, don't be scared, tell it to leave, comfort your son and tell him that he can tell it to go too.
Best wishes.
sweety (1 stories) (18 posts)
 
12 years ago (2010-08-25)
AxelZBONE* badjuujuu*zzsgranny** I was told by a lot of people that moving won't help because "it" is around my son not my home. Is this true? I have a lot of physic abilities in my life (grandma was a town physic in Decatur county) but I can't see, feel or sense anything about this. Do you think that me telling it to go away will help?
BadJuuJuu (guest)
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12 years ago (2010-08-25)
Ghosts are the awareness of a dead human, and reflect the personalities they had in life. My guess would be that your son is being bullied by the ghost of someone who was a jerk in life. Your telling that presence to leave Billy alone was the right thing to do. Human ghosts will typically do as they're told. There are exceptions to that of course, but for the most part the ghost wants to be acknowledged and won't hang around a place it isn't welcome.
If this presence comes back, tell it to go away, it is not welcome in your home. Just state clearly "You are not welcome in this home. Cross over, or leave now. You cannot stay."
Do not be afraid. A ghost has very limited energy to act. It can annoy the heck out of you, but can't hurt you. Yes, it smacked your son, but as you didn't mention any bruises or marks, it probably didn't hit him very hard. I'm not trying to belittle the event, I'm just saying that that was probably the extent of this ghost's power. And yall are fine. It can't do any real harm.
Talk to your little guy. As long as he has someone who he can talk about these things with, he will feel less frightened. It's normal for children to have paranormal experiences. If your daughter starts to experience things, be there for her as well.
Keep us updated. If anything else happens, let us know. There are good people on this site who will try their best to help you through this.
zzsgranny (18 stories) (3327 posts) mod
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12 years ago (2010-08-25)
sweety: I, and others, believe that children have the ability to see things that we adults can not... I think by you showing this entity that you are not afraid of it, it got the point and either left, or won't try that kind of thing again! 😆...Good for you!...Sometimes, that's all it takes, a good "air-whoopin" so to speak 😆...

You don't mention the age of your son now, but is he still playing with his "imaginary" friends?...

I would suggest you lay ground rules for your ghosties... Let them know who's the boss... Just do it respectfully, and things should be fine for everybody concerned...

AxelZBONE: Moving isn't always an option, there are leases, mortgages, finances, and other obligations that may prohibit that particular course of action. 😐
AxelZBONE (1 stories) (5 posts)
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12 years ago (2010-08-25)
just saying if youre kids are in danger... Move 😐

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