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March 17, 2010

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Kim A.

Sometimes the stories my brain can conjure up would make the Grimm Brothers wet the bed. I have an antidote these days and use it frequently.

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Chitowngreg

Reminds me of that scene in the movie, "Twilight Zone" where Dan Ackroyd and someone else in the car keep turning off the lights to make it scary while they're driving. Ackroyd ends up becoming the werewolf in the story he's telling and eating the other guy! That's also the thing about fear. Our own imagination tends to be way worse than anything that will really happen!!

Cheryl

I've done this to myself all my life, and just as you say, the worst has never happened. Ever. Not even one time. I'm going to try the mirror thing the next time my mind starts in on me.

katie

can sure relate to this one! thanks for writing on this topic.

Joyce

Amen!

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