Have you ever scared yourself to death?

I scared my self to death once when I was 13 years old and I was on a bus on the way hone from school.

The bus was very crowded and I ended up standing in right up the back of the bus.

I noticed there was someone at the very front of the bus that was staring at me. This person was watching me in the mirror at the front of the bus..... I held their gaze every time they looked at me. I would then look away. This happened about 5 times, until I just got really sick of being stared at. WHAT WAS THEIR PROBLEM!. What's going on!

So I notched up some bravery and looked at this creepy person in the mirror at the front of the bus. I took a deep breath and poked my tongue out at my mirror- stalker and immediately realised that IT WAS ME IN THE MIRROR!! It was only me staring back at me in the mirror! I got off the bus at the next stop, and walked all the way home on foot with a very red face.


Yep, I had a very creepy dream, I dreamed a female ghost. And she was grabbing my hand and saying something. Anyway, words fail to describe what this dream exactly looks like. It was so horrible that I sweated and cried after I woke up from this dream. And I hadn't slept well for a week. It was a very bad experience for me.

Also I'm so scared of public speaking. For some point, I'm weak, I'm not strong and I don't know how to pretend to be strong, like fake it until you make it. But what is wrong with that


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