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I always believed that some people could read my mind. I always felt guilty. Sometimes, when I thought someone was reading my mind, flashes of things I didn't want people to know would come into my head, and I'd always think whoever looked at me that moment 'would know.' I'm 15 now, and am still just a *little* paranoid that someone knows what I'm thinking...

Anon
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Before I thought that everything we did was because someone was doing it for us like we were dolls in a doll house being played with.I laugh when ever I think about it.

Christina
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I live in the South of England, but when I was quite young I saw a sign for a bank, The Bank Of Scotland. For a long time I was convinced that I actually lived in Scotland, and the whole of the world was conspiring against me to make me think I lived in England, although I could never figure out why they would choose me, and why a big important bank would not bother to change their sign!

Gemma
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I got it into my mind when I was about 7-8 that all grown ups could read my thoughts, I think it started with my dad always knowing whne I was pretending to sleep, this esculated into me trying not to think about anything naughty IŽd been up to in fear of my parents finding out.

Eaa
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The summer after I turned eleven, I had recently read the Harry Potter books. The whole summer I waited for my letter from Hogwarts to come. ... It didn't.

Anon
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My FRIEND thought he was a wizard and going to Hogwarts a few years ago...FRIEND

AnonyMoose
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A while ago, I believed that my thougths were displayed outloud, and things I pictured were projected above my head. I felt guilty about thinking during church services and during moments of silence because I thought that people could hear me. I soon tried everything to not think mean things!

feelinnfhapps
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i used to belive that everyone could read my mind but i couldnt read theres, whenever i caught myself thinking somthing bad i would try to clear my mind.... weird hu? it waz kinda creepy to

the dumb one of the group
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i swear on all that's holy, until i was around 13 or so, i used to believe that really truly one day a dragon would just burst out of the sky, lift me up, and carry me off to the world i was *really* supposed to be living in.

andrea
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When I was little I used to think that if I brushed my teeth more than twice a day I would turn into a toothbrush.

toothy
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Up until I was 7 or so I believed that I was really a princess. I believed that my family was in exile or something. No one ever said anything to support this bizarre belief... I just have an over active imagination!

Rose
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I found a copy of "Kidnapped" by Robert LOuis Stevenson in my parents book cupboard and for ages thought I had been kidnapped by my parents.....not realising that the book was a work of fiction rather than a manual on how to steal children.

sam
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When i was a kid (3-4 years old) i had this orange piece of cloth that my mom gave me and i wore it around my back and i believed it was my cape and i had superpowers.

Mike m
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When I was about 4 years old and in preschool I would envy the children with sticky, clammy hands. Mine were always dry and I felt weird.

Nadezhda
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I used to believe when I was little that I was the only person that could talk to the wind. I would go into a little corner outside and make whispering noises at the sky...All the other kids believed me!

HeadInTheClouds
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I used to belive that everyone else could read my mind but i couldn't read theirs'. I was very creeped out by this, and so whenever i found myself thinking mean things around someone i would attempt to clear my mind. Crazy, huh?

Laura
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wen i was little (scratch that maybe i wasnt quite so little - maybe 12) i used to believe that everyone in the world knew something really huge and inmportant that i didnt know. i felt so paranoid and angry that none of my friends had decided to tell me. i went around for ages eavesdropping on people to see if theyd accidentally mention it in my prescence.

overactive imagination
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Believe or not, but once in elementary school, the theory came to my mind about that I am in fact just member of group of the caveman fighting day by day with Ice Age, and all I've remembered throughout whole life was just dream, and I afraided that I can suddenly wake up and realize that whole XX century world (and whole world up from Ice Age) was just my dream which I would explain then to the rest of cavemans, and they would consider my as crazy by their ugha-bugha....

Walkin' the elvenpath
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when i was younger, i was CONVINCED that i had a twin sister who went with me everywhere. i always talked to my older brother about this, and one day he "told on me" & told my mom that i was lying about having a twin sister. when she asked me what her name was, i said Bridget. its funny how that became my confirmation name back in 8th grade..

kerry-ohio
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When I was 7 my older brother and sister told me my parents found me in a garbage can and adopted me because they felt bad. I asked my mom, and unfortuntely she agreed. It wasn't until I was about 11 that my mom told me it was just a joke.

Jessica
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