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Writer's Block: Fearsome

I've never actually done one of these writer's block thingies because they looked stupid. Acknowledging that means that I'm admitting I'm stupid since I'm now participating. My reasoning is this....I had nothing better to do. Maybe it won't suck as much ass as I think it will. I figure I'll give it a week or so and see if I like it.



The boogeyman, global thermonuclear war, being forced to eat broccoli—there's a lot to be afraid of when you're a kid. What was your biggest childhood fear?

My biggest fear as a kid was that everyone in my family would die in the middle of the night and leave me all alone. I would actually wake up and wander over to my mom's bed to make sure she was still breathing. I know I scared the shit out of her at least once doing that. It's never a good thing to wake up in the middle of the night and find someone looming over you.

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jirel
Feb. 8th, 2009 04:11 pm (UTC)
I was afraid of the dark. My mother says I once told her a man walked into my room one night. She thought someone had broken into the house and then figured out we had nothing to steal, but I'm not so sure. She was psycic and I think I was too, but I blocked it off. She didn't know she had psycic abilities until we moved down to St Pete and she met others and found out she could tell them more about themselves than they could tell her about herself.

But anyway, I was afraid of the dark because things moved in the dark. Then when I was 8 or 9 an uncle fondled me as I came out of a light room into a dark one and I continued to be afraid of the dark until I was in my mid - late 40s and figured out why. Now I can walk around a dark apartment without feeling afraid.
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