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    Quote Originally Posted by SummerFun View Post
    Really? Do they 'treat' supermarket eggs or something? Genuine question
    Not that I am aware of. It's just a mental thing I think

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    Quote Originally Posted by Apple iPhart6 View Post
    Dunno if more people replied but this is totally normal and most people do it. Google "intrusive thoughts". I was so glad when I found out it was normal because I thought I was some sicko! When I was a kid, I hated walking across bridges because I kept imagining jumping off!
    Mind blown! That's so interesting!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ozeymumof5 View Post
    When I dream about busting to go to the loo, I wake up busting to go to the loo. I remember when I was about 8 and I had that dream and I found a loo and went....I woke up to a wet bed! So, never go to the loo in your dreams lol
    This confession is just for @HollyGolightly81.. I did that all the time as a kid, teenager and even as an adult a few times. One time I did it while co-sleeping with dd1 when she was a baby . I blamed it on a leaky nappy or a leaky bottle or something. "Oh geez a bottle/nappy must have leaked last night.."

    My worst... Hang on, I feel a spin off..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Apple iPhart6 View Post
    Dunno if more people replied but this is totally normal and most people do it. Google "intrusive thoughts". I was so glad when I found out it was normal because I thought I was some sicko! When I was a kid, I hated walking across bridges because I kept imagining jumping off!
    I do this too...i thought i was a nut!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Apple iPhart6 View Post
    Dunno if more people replied but this is totally normal and most people do it. Google "intrusive thoughts". I was so glad when I found out it was normal because I thought I was some sicko! When I was a kid, I hated walking across bridges because I kept imagining jumping off!
    Wow, so glad to read this. I do this a lot, middle of the night especially.

    And I hate going onto balconies in high rise buildings for this reason!

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    Yup, pretty much every person I've told has said similar stuff. I try and tell as many people as I can almost as a community service announcement because the majority of the time the response will be "what a relief, I thought I was insane!". They're the sort of thoughts that you keep to yourself as a secret and don't say out loud so unless you know what they are it's easy to think you're just a teeny bit psycho!

    I don't get them as often these days but when I do, I just recognise them for what they are and force myself to move on. I found it particularly bad when DS was a newborn, though. I got them so often about him (like if I picked him up, in my head seeing him fall onto the tiles) and I think that was my general fear of somehow stuffing up this parenting gig that made it worse! I know quite a few ladies in my DIG were having similar experiences when I posted about it and luckily it's eased off as he got older and obviously I've gotten more confident in handling him!

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    Am I the only one who can't eat cornflakes for breakfast?

    My brother once told me my hair would turn green if I carried on eating cornflakes at the time I was terrified, we were about 10. I still won't eat cornflakes even though my hair won't go green, I think it could maybe haha.... He wanted them to himself obviously.

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    I wonder if im the only one who says 'hello' to various wildlife. we live in a rural area, of the sunshine coast, so I am constantly saying 'hello' to kookaburras, magpies, lizards, wallabies, bush turkeys, whatever. I love the wildlife. marie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperGranny View Post
    I wonder if im the only one who says 'hello' to various wildlife. we live in a rural area, of the sunshine coast, so I am constantly saying 'hello' to kookaburras, magpies, lizards, wallabies, bush turkeys, whatever. I love the wildlife. marie.
    I do this too not quite rural but I will say hi to the dogs or cats I see walking to/from the train station. I think its sweet

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