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Lately, I have been noticing some weird occurrences. On two separate instances, Jjm and I visited a medical facility to have blood tests done. When you come into the waiting room, there is a computer to sign in on, to let the technician know they have a patient. It has a stylus and a touch keyboard, and asks that you spell out your first name and the first initial of your last name. Each time I started to type my first name, and the darned thing would just quit on me. When Jim typed his name he had no problem whatsoever! At first I thought that it wasn't allowing enough room for my name which is longer than Jim's, but no. Jim typed it for me and was able to fit my name in just fine. This happened at least three times, and two of them were at two different facilities.

Next, I have been having trouble with the clothes dryer at home . Sometimes it won't start, and when I tell Jim, he starts it,with no trouble. Next, my computer hates me. In fact, my personal desktop computer, my cell phone, and a laptop all malfunction when it's me handling them. I am getting frustrated because I type a lot (working on my book and my daily journals) and the damned thing freezes up. I try to use the laptop and listen to music as I work, and there is no sound - except of course when Jim tries it out. It seems much more frequent lately, although I have had experiences which were not definite, before, such as street lights going out when I pass by and then coming back on, etc. Could I be a sLder? I HOPE NOT! I am weird enough already.

I have been under an enormous amount of stress over my adult daughter and my granddaughter, so this may or may not factor in. Any ideas or suggestions?
 

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Hi Garnet. I think you nailed it. Sounds like a Slider to me. Debi May have some good advice coming soon. I’ve heard meditation, wearing copper brackets and dipping your hands in water all help. I can’t attest to it but you could try those.
 

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Deb we posted at the same time.
 
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Yes, I am having to agree about this. I was reading a few things about it online and it sounds a lot like what I am experiencing. Sigh. Well, at least I can understand it a little. Since I really dislike waiting rooms (hospitals settings) I usually get tense just entering one. Most of them have televisions blaring while people are staring at their phones and not even watching the set. So if I want to read a magazine, I have to wear ear plugs. No wonder I get stressed!
 
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Anyway, thanks for the input. I have a copper bracelet, but do I have to wear two or is one just fine?
 
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Anyway, thanks for the input. I have a copper bracelet, but do I have to wear two or is one just fine?
It was something that was recommended to me by a physic when my daughter was sliding as a teen. She was blowing lightbulbs every time she touched a switch. I never bought them because we had little money at the time. So give one a try.
 

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Yeah, I think if your worried or hyped up it could interfere with electrical equipment.If I was in this state a certain street light would go out when I drove by,when I was calm it never did.I never knew why or how to deal with it until now.