For the past two or three years, I've been
experiencing this unexplainable happening. Thisis what
it is: Every now and then, when I'm sleeping, I'll
experience this numbness from my neck and down. It feels
as if my body is paralyzed. I am not able to move,
although I try to. I know that I'm sleeping, and that I'm
having an odd nightmare, and that something isn't right
about it. I can hear voices and I'll try to wake up. But
I can't move. It's like these things are holding me down.
And after about 10 minutes, I do wake up, knowing that
something is not right, that what I just experienced was
really weird compared to my other nightmares.
is happening, I don't know what is happening to me in
this dream....or whatever it is. So, just yesterday,
there was a program on the discovery channel about aliens
abductions. It was called: ALIEN ABDUCTIONS: THE REAL
STORY. And before I watched this, I always thought that
what was happening to me was normal. But then, in a
certain section of the program, they mention the same
exact thing that has been happening to me.
I was so shocked and scared at the same time. I am real paranoid
now, and I am afraid to sleep. And, before I forget...I
am only 14...I turn 15 in the end of October. Does it
have anything to do with my age? And why does this happen
to me and not my friends or anyone else I know? My mother
told me it happens to her sometimes, but it doesn't seem
to bug her that much.
Am I being abducted by aliens? Or
am I being checked up or examined by them? What do they
want from me? Or is this just all in my head.... because
I AM POSITIVE THAT THIS HAPPENS TO ME..... Please help me
with these questions. Thank you so much. I am a 14 year old
It is important to allow yourself to
grow up having an appreciation for all the wonderful
tings in life you are meant to experience now. That is
why we do not encourage you to label yourself an
abductee. Giving yourself such a label at your young age
could cause you to feel different from your friends. It
could cause you to isolate yourself from the important
things in your life, such as family, friends and school.
There is plenty of time to explore this possibility when
you are an adult.