Like most others here, I always kind of knew I was different. I tried to deny it, pretend I wasn’t. I wanted to be one of those teenagers that felt so normal and blah, that had no meaning in life. I was far from it.
By the time I was 3 my doctor gave my mom a book on Raising Your Spirited Child. Only until I looked into this that I found indigo children. I thought I had maybe had Foetal Alcohol Syndrome, or maybe I was just a Pisces. I read all your stories and I feel like I belong.
As a child, I could tell someone’s favourite animal by looking at their face & personality. The doctors say I have ADD (which I never felt explained everything.) I’m dreamy & lost. I can’t stand being held down to rules. I feel like I know how things should be. I have a sense for the energy of life; can in a way predict future
I long to be back in Space, in the Spiritual Realm. But I could never kill myself. Until now I wasn’t sure of my purpose.
It’s been very hard for me, also. I never really fit in. My stepmom misunderstands; calls me a lazy piece of shit, and that I need to grow up, that one day I’ll have a "rude awakening". She hopes for it. I try to find it in my heart to feel sorry for her. Actually, I’m quite cold. I wish I weren’t. I’m so detached from myself and all people. Can anybody help me?
How can I help myself so that I can help other people? If you want to contact me, my email is email@example.com
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