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Rosalie
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2/11/2016 7:47:36 PM
Posted: 11 months ago
My family runs a daycare.

As of a week ago, one of the kids has been going home to their parents talking about a girl names Suzie. The dad asks, "where have you seen suzie?" He said "at Rosalie's house".

My mom told me about this, and I got creeped out, so I decided to tall to the kid about it.

Me: "Luke, did you meet Suzie at my house?"

Luke "Yeah! She likes to play here at daycare!"

Me: "well, is Suzie here today?"

Luke "no, Suzie got in a car accident. She said she will be at your house on Friday at 7:zero zero o'clock!"

He mentioned that "Suzie has a friend named bendy..."

This kid talks constantly about Suzie. He wetted the bed the other day,and told me "Suzie told me to". His obsession has become creepy.

Maybe she's a imaginary friend, but is this to excessive...or am I being paranoid?

***note parents don't know anyone names suzie, he said he met her at my house..
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2/11/2016 7:57:11 PM
Posted: 11 months ago
At 2/11/2016 7:47:36 PM, Rosalie wrote:
My family runs a daycare.

As of a week ago, one of the kids has been going home to their parents talking about a girl names Suzie. The dad asks, "where have you seen suzie?" He said "at Rosalie's house".

My mom told me about this, and I got creeped out, so I decided to tall to the kid about it.

Me: "Luke, did you meet Suzie at my house?"

Luke "Yeah! She likes to play here at daycare!"

Me: "well, is Suzie here today?"

Luke "no, Suzie got in a car accident. She said she will be at your house on Friday at 7:zero zero o'clock!"

He mentioned that "Suzie has a friend named bendy..."

This kid talks constantly about Suzie. He wetted the bed the other day,and told me "Suzie told me to". His obsession has become creepy.

Maybe she's a imaginary friend, but is this to excessive...or am I being paranoid?

***note parents don't know anyone names suzie, he said he met her at my house..

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2/11/2016 7:59:44 PM
Posted: 11 months ago
At 2/11/2016 7:57:11 PM, Vaarka wrote:
At 2/11/2016 7:47:36 PM, Rosalie wrote:
My family runs a daycare.

As of a week ago, one of the kids has been going home to their parents talking about a girl names Suzie. The dad asks, "where have you seen suzie?" He said "at Rosalie's house".

My mom told me about this, and I got creeped out, so I decided to tall to the kid about it.

Me: "Luke, did you meet Suzie at my house?"

Luke "Yeah! She likes to play here at daycare!"

Me: "well, is Suzie here today?"

Luke "no, Suzie got in a car accident. She said she will be at your house on Friday at 7:zero zero o'clock!"

He mentioned that "Suzie has a friend named bendy..."

This kid talks constantly about Suzie. He wetted the bed the other day,and told me "Suzie told me to". His obsession has become creepy.

Maybe she's a imaginary friend, but is this to excessive...or am I being paranoid?

***note parents don't know anyone names suzie, he said he met her at my house..

Have you ever considered obtaining a license to carry?

Ha....Ha....Ha. -.-

Not old enough anyways.
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2/11/2016 8:08:22 PM
Posted: 11 months ago
Children have overactive imaginations. Don't play part to it and it will pass eventually
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2/11/2016 8:14:49 PM
Posted: 11 months ago
At 2/11/2016 7:59:44 PM, Rosalie wrote:
At 2/11/2016 7:57:11 PM, Vaarka wrote:
At 2/11/2016 7:47:36 PM, Rosalie wrote:
My family runs a daycare.

As of a week ago, one of the kids has been going home to their parents talking about a girl names Suzie. The dad asks, "where have you seen suzie?" He said "at Rosalie's house".

My mom told me about this, and I got creeped out, so I decided to tall to the kid about it.

Me: "Luke, did you meet Suzie at my house?"

Luke "Yeah! She likes to play here at daycare!"

Me: "well, is Suzie here today?"

Luke "no, Suzie got in a car accident. She said she will be at your house on Friday at 7:zero zero o'clock!"

He mentioned that "Suzie has a friend named bendy..."

This kid talks constantly about Suzie. He wetted the bed the other day,and told me "Suzie told me to". His obsession has become creepy.

Maybe she's a imaginary friend, but is this to excessive...or am I being paranoid?

***note parents don't know anyone names suzie, he said he met her at my house..

Have you ever considered obtaining a license to carry?

Ha....Ha....Ha. -.-

Not old enough anyways.

I was typing something long to respond with, but my laptop crashed.
So, I'll just shorten it into something else.
So...you're getting creeped out because a little kid who's maybe 4 or 5 talks about someone you don't know...but isn't this, ya know, normal? I mean, sure, it may seem a bit excessive, but I'd find this normal for someone his age.

To you, you're looking at a kid who's talking about someone you've never heard of, and constantly talking about this person. You're starting to get creeped out, and it's like a clich" horror movie toddler, right? You know this person he talks about isn't real, at least to your knowledge, so it worries you.

Now, let's look at it more from a toddler/small child's perspective. His mind is much better than yours. True, you're much smarter and older, but he's much more creative. To a child, there literally is no limit. Their mind will make anything. They can see everything. They believe everything, and they can paint it in their minds, the sounds in their ears, they can make it almost as real as reality. To him, Suzie is probably just a person he really likes, whether she be real or not. To him, she's more real than ever, and he talks to you as if you realize it too. To him, he can explain it exactly as it is, and expect you to see it perfectly as well.

Idk how well I explained that, but it reminds me of some crucial things. A child....is much more creative than an adult, which is something most adults seem to forget.
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2/11/2016 8:28:01 PM
Posted: 11 months ago
At 2/11/2016 8:08:22 PM, Buddamoose wrote:
Children have overactive imaginations. Don't play part to it and it will pass eventually

i agree with buddamoose. it is most likely that this kid is just pretending. maybe he is hallucinating and has some sort of mental illness but most likely he is just a kid being a kid. i would not worry about it unless it persists for many years to come.
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2/11/2016 8:28:57 PM
Posted: 11 months ago
At 2/11/2016 7:47:36 PM, Rosalie wrote:
My family runs a daycare.

As of a week ago, one of the kids has been going home to their parents talking about a girl names Suzie. The dad asks, "where have you seen suzie?" He said "at Rosalie's house".

My mom told me about this, and I got creeped out, so I decided to tall to the kid about it.

Me: "Luke, did you meet Suzie at my house?"

Luke "Yeah! She likes to play here at daycare!"

Me: "well, is Suzie here today?"

Luke "no, Suzie got in a car accident. She said she will be at your house on Friday at 7:zero zero o'clock!"

He mentioned that "Suzie has a friend named bendy..."

This kid talks constantly about Suzie. He wetted the bed the other day,and told me "Suzie told me to". His obsession has become creepy.

Maybe she's a imaginary friend, but is this to excessive...or am I being paranoid?

***note parents don't know anyone names suzie, he said he met her at my house..

Demons travel in pairs. One strong and demonic and the other mascarades as child or scared person to ger affection and attention from a living soul. Often people will keep thier relationship a secret and so even after an exorcism the strong demonic one is invited back in.

You could secretly bless the house in the name of Jesus to include the closets and see if 'suzie' has a reaction.

But it's probably an imagionary friend so the child can blame things on. .. maybe..
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2/11/2016 9:21:55 PM
Posted: 11 months ago
Point to the wall and ask him if Adam can play 2. Then watch his response, or take something off him and tell him Suzy wants it.
But as a long time DDO member , you know BOP is needed , I mean, can you prove Suzy is not real? All he has to do is bring her in 1 day. You have to prove she is not real. And on that note I'm going to give 2 points to luke.
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2/11/2016 9:23:37 PM
Posted: 11 months ago
At 2/11/2016 7:47:36 PM, Rosalie wrote:
My family runs a daycare.

As of a week ago, one of the kids has been going home to their parents talking about a girl names Suzie. The dad asks, "where have you seen suzie?" He said "at Rosalie's house".

My mom told me about this, and I got creeped out, so I decided to tall to the kid about it.

Me: "Luke, did you meet Suzie at my house?"

Luke "Yeah! She likes to play here at daycare!"

Me: "well, is Suzie here today?"

Luke "no, Suzie got in a car accident. She said she will be at your house on Friday at 7:zero zero o'clock!"

He mentioned that "Suzie has a friend named bendy..."

This kid talks constantly about Suzie. He wetted the bed the other day,and told me "Suzie told me to". His obsession has become creepy.

Maybe she's a imaginary friend, but is this to excessive...or am I being paranoid?

***note parents don't know anyone names suzie, he said he met her at my house..

How old is he?
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2/11/2016 10:24:58 PM
Posted: 11 months ago
At 2/11/2016 9:23:37 PM, PetersSmith wrote:
At 2/11/2016 7:47:36 PM, Rosalie wrote:
My family runs a daycare.

As of a week ago, one of the kids has been going home to their parents talking about a girl names Suzie. The dad asks, "where have you seen suzie?" He said "at Rosalie's house".

My mom told me about this, and I got creeped out, so I decided to tall to the kid about it.

Me: "Luke, did you meet Suzie at my house?"

Luke "Yeah! She likes to play here at daycare!"

Me: "well, is Suzie here today?"

Luke "no, Suzie got in a car accident. She said she will be at your house on Friday at 7:zero zero o'clock!"

He mentioned that "Suzie has a friend named bendy..."

This kid talks constantly about Suzie. He wetted the bed the other day,and told me "Suzie told me to". His obsession has become creepy.

Maybe she's a imaginary friend, but is this to excessive...or am I being paranoid?

***note parents don't know anyone names suzie, he said he met her at my house..

How old is he?

About 4
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2/11/2016 11:23:06 PM
Posted: 11 months ago
At 2/11/2016 7:47:36 PM, Rosalie wrote:
My family runs a daycare.

As of a week ago, one of the kids has been going home to their parents talking about a girl names Suzie. The dad asks, "where have you seen suzie?" He said "at Rosalie's house".

My mom told me about this, and I got creeped out, so I decided to tall to the kid about it.

Me: "Luke, did you meet Suzie at my house?"

Luke "Yeah! She likes to play here at daycare!"

Me: "well, is Suzie here today?"

Luke "no, Suzie got in a car accident. She said she will be at your house on Friday at 7:zero zero o'clock!"

He mentioned that "Suzie has a friend named bendy..."

This kid talks constantly about Suzie. He wetted the bed the other day,and told me "Suzie told me to". His obsession has become creepy.

Maybe she's a imaginary friend, but is this to excessive...or am I being paranoid?

***note parents don't know anyone names suzie, he said he met her at my house..

Either 1) a very imaginative kid, or 2) has schizophrenia.

I saw a documentary about a girl who was 5-6 years old, and her friend that she had an obsession with was named "5." The girl said that % told her to do things like hurt people and say mean things. She had schizophrenia.
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2/11/2016 11:27:57 PM
Posted: 11 months ago
At 2/11/2016 10:24:58 PM, Rosalie wrote:
At 2/11/2016 9:23:37 PM, PetersSmith wrote:
At 2/11/2016 7:47:36 PM, Rosalie wrote:
My family runs a daycare.

As of a week ago, one of the kids has been going home to their parents talking about a girl names Suzie. The dad asks, "where have you seen suzie?" He said "at Rosalie's house".

My mom told me about this, and I got creeped out, so I decided to tall to the kid about it.

Me: "Luke, did you meet Suzie at my house?"

Luke "Yeah! She likes to play here at daycare!"

Me: "well, is Suzie here today?"

Luke "no, Suzie got in a car accident. She said she will be at your house on Friday at 7:zero zero o'clock!"

He mentioned that "Suzie has a friend named bendy..."

This kid talks constantly about Suzie. He wetted the bed the other day,and told me "Suzie told me to". His obsession has become creepy.

Maybe she's a imaginary friend, but is this to excessive...or am I being paranoid?

***note parents don't know anyone names suzie, he said he met her at my house..

How old is he?

About 4

Yeah, it should be completely fine. He probably has some sort of issue at home (probably with his parents) and may be lonely though. Suzie may be someone who he knew (at about that age they can't really grasp death) or a complete fabrication as a representation of how he's feeling. It's nothing really to flip out over; try getting him to socialize. The wetting of the bed is normal for a four year-old and chances are he was scolded in the past for it and is blaming it on "Suzie" so he won't feel guilty about it.
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2/12/2016 3:29:32 AM
Posted: 11 months ago
At 2/11/2016 11:23:06 PM, The-Voice-of-Truth wrote:
At 2/11/2016 7:47:36 PM, Rosalie wrote:
My family runs a daycare.

As of a week ago, one of the kids has been going home to their parents talking about a girl names Suzie. The dad asks, "where have you seen suzie?" He said "at Rosalie's house".

My mom told me about this, and I got creeped out, so I decided to tall to the kid about it.

Me: "Luke, did you meet Suzie at my house?"

Luke "Yeah! She likes to play here at daycare!"

Me: "well, is Suzie here today?"

Luke "no, Suzie got in a car accident. She said she will be at your house on Friday at 7:zero zero o'clock!"

He mentioned that "Suzie has a friend named bendy..."

This kid talks constantly about Suzie. He wetted the bed the other day,and told me "Suzie told me to". His obsession has become creepy.

Maybe she's a imaginary friend, but is this to excessive...or am I being paranoid?

***note parents don't know anyone names suzie, he said he met her at my house..

Either 1) a very imaginative kid, or 2) has schizophrenia.

I saw a documentary about a girl who was 5-6 years old, and her friend that she had an obsession with was named "5." The girl said that % told her to do things like hurt people and say mean things. She had schizophrenia.

Schizophrenia doesn't occur until much later in age.
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2/12/2016 3:33:26 AM
Posted: 11 months ago
At 2/12/2016 3:29:32 AM, PetersSmith wrote:
At 2/11/2016 11:23:06 PM, The-Voice-of-Truth wrote:
At 2/11/2016 7:47:36 PM, Rosalie wrote:
My family runs a daycare.

As of a week ago, one of the kids has been going home to their parents talking about a girl names Suzie. The dad asks, "where have you seen suzie?" He said "at Rosalie's house".

My mom told me about this, and I got creeped out, so I decided to tall to the kid about it.

Me: "Luke, did you meet Suzie at my house?"

Luke "Yeah! She likes to play here at daycare!"

Me: "well, is Suzie here today?"

Luke "no, Suzie got in a car accident. She said she will be at your house on Friday at 7:zero zero o'clock!"

He mentioned that "Suzie has a friend named bendy..."

This kid talks constantly about Suzie. He wetted the bed the other day,and told me "Suzie told me to". His obsession has become creepy.

Maybe she's a imaginary friend, but is this to excessive...or am I being paranoid?

***note parents don't know anyone names suzie, he said he met her at my house..

Either 1) a very imaginative kid, or 2) has schizophrenia.

I saw a documentary about a girl who was 5-6 years old, and her friend that she had an obsession with was named "5." The girl said that % told her to do things like hurt people and say mean things. She had schizophrenia.

Schizophrenia doesn't occur until much later in age.

Refer to the neat little chart on the right side: https://www.google.com...

Schizophrenia does occur in young ages, but not on as grand a scale.
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Vaarka swung his sword at the mod. However, since I am now incorporeal, he ends up accidentally striking the entire American landmass (It's a REALLY bastard sword), destroying both continents. Spiders are now at 50% of capacity.
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2/12/2016 3:35:08 AM
Posted: 11 months ago
At 2/12/2016 3:29:32 AM, PetersSmith wrote:

Found some snippets of the show, too: http://www.tlc.com...
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Vaarka swung his sword at the mod. However, since I am now incorporeal, he ends up accidentally striking the entire American landmass (It's a REALLY bastard sword), destroying both continents. Spiders are now at 50% of capacity.
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2/12/2016 3:37:19 AM
Posted: 11 months ago
At 2/11/2016 7:47:36 PM, Rosalie wrote:
My family runs a daycare.

As of a week ago, one of the kids has been going home to their parents talking about a girl names Suzie. The dad asks, "where have you seen suzie?" He said "at Rosalie's house".

My mom told me about this, and I got creeped out, so I decided to tall to the kid about it.

Me: "Luke, did you meet Suzie at my house?"

Luke "Yeah! She likes to play here at daycare!"

Me: "well, is Suzie here today?"

Luke "no, Suzie got in a car accident. She said she will be at your house on Friday at 7:zero zero o'clock!"

He mentioned that "Suzie has a friend named bendy..."

This kid talks constantly about Suzie. He wetted the bed the other day,and told me "Suzie told me to". His obsession has become creepy.

Maybe she's a imaginary friend, but is this to excessive...or am I being paranoid?

***note parents don't know anyone names suzie, he said he met her at my house..

Suzie told me that she wants to smell you burning

*tilts head and smiles unblinkingly*
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2/12/2016 3:38:06 AM
Posted: 11 months ago
At 2/12/2016 3:33:26 AM, The-Voice-of-Truth wrote:
At 2/12/2016 3:29:32 AM, PetersSmith wrote:
At 2/11/2016 11:23:06 PM, The-Voice-of-Truth wrote:
At 2/11/2016 7:47:36 PM, Rosalie wrote:
My family runs a daycare.

As of a week ago, one of the kids has been going home to their parents talking about a girl names Suzie. The dad asks, "where have you seen suzie?" He said "at Rosalie's house".

My mom told me about this, and I got creeped out, so I decided to tall to the kid about it.

Me: "Luke, did you meet Suzie at my house?"

Luke "Yeah! She likes to play here at daycare!"

Me: "well, is Suzie here today?"

Luke "no, Suzie got in a car accident. She said she will be at your house on Friday at 7:zero zero o'clock!"

He mentioned that "Suzie has a friend named bendy..."

This kid talks constantly about Suzie. He wetted the bed the other day,and told me "Suzie told me to". His obsession has become creepy.

Maybe she's a imaginary friend, but is this to excessive...or am I being paranoid?

***note parents don't know anyone names suzie, he said he met her at my house..

Either 1) a very imaginative kid, or 2) has schizophrenia.

I saw a documentary about a girl who was 5-6 years old, and her friend that she had an obsession with was named "5." The girl said that % told her to do things like hurt people and say mean things. She had schizophrenia.

Schizophrenia doesn't occur until much later in age.

Refer to the neat little chart on the right side: https://www.google.com...

Schizophrenia does occur in young ages, but not on as grand a scale.

"Not on a grand scale" is an understatement here. And you're accusing this child of being a schizophrenic purely off of having an imaginary friend. When according to this: http://www.medicinenet.com... it has to be a lot more than that.
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2/12/2016 3:38:37 AM
Posted: 11 months ago
At 2/12/2016 3:37:19 AM, Skepsikyma wrote:
At 2/11/2016 7:47:36 PM, Rosalie wrote:
My family runs a daycare.

As of a week ago, one of the kids has been going home to their parents talking about a girl names Suzie. The dad asks, "where have you seen suzie?" He said "at Rosalie's house".

My mom told me about this, and I got creeped out, so I decided to tall to the kid about it.

Me: "Luke, did you meet Suzie at my house?"

Luke "Yeah! She likes to play here at daycare!"

Me: "well, is Suzie here today?"

Luke "no, Suzie got in a car accident. She said she will be at your house on Friday at 7:zero zero o'clock!"

He mentioned that "Suzie has a friend named bendy..."

This kid talks constantly about Suzie. He wetted the bed the other day,and told me "Suzie told me to". His obsession has become creepy.

Maybe she's a imaginary friend, but is this to excessive...or am I being paranoid?

***note parents don't know anyone names suzie, he said he met her at my house..

Suzie told me that she wants to smell you burning

*tilts head and smiles unblinkingly*

I already heard Suzie telling me that in my sleep lastnight.
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2/12/2016 3:40:49 AM
Posted: 11 months ago
At 2/12/2016 3:38:06 AM, PetersSmith wrote:
At 2/12/2016 3:33:26 AM, The-Voice-of-Truth wrote:
At 2/12/2016 3:29:32 AM, PetersSmith wrote:
At 2/11/2016 11:23:06 PM, The-Voice-of-Truth wrote:
At 2/11/2016 7:47:36 PM, Rosalie wrote:
My family runs a daycare.

As of a week ago, one of the kids has been going home to their parents talking about a girl names Suzie. The dad asks, "where have you seen suzie?" He said "at Rosalie's house".

My mom told me about this, and I got creeped out, so I decided to tall to the kid about it.

Me: "Luke, did you meet Suzie at my house?"

Luke "Yeah! She likes to play here at daycare!"

Me: "well, is Suzie here today?"

Luke "no, Suzie got in a car accident. She said she will be at your house on Friday at 7:zero zero o'clock!"

He mentioned that "Suzie has a friend named bendy..."

This kid talks constantly about Suzie. He wetted the bed the other day,and told me "Suzie told me to". His obsession has become creepy.

Maybe she's a imaginary friend, but is this to excessive...or am I being paranoid?

***note parents don't know anyone names suzie, he said he met her at my house..

Either 1) a very imaginative kid, or 2) has schizophrenia.

I saw a documentary about a girl who was 5-6 years old, and her friend that she had an obsession with was named "5." The girl said that % told her to do things like hurt people and say mean things. She had schizophrenia.

Schizophrenia doesn't occur until much later in age.

Refer to the neat little chart on the right side: https://www.google.com...

Schizophrenia does occur in young ages, but not on as grand a scale.

"Not on a grand scale" is an understatement here. And you're accusing this child of being a schizophrenic purely off of having an imaginary friend. When according to this: http://www.medicinenet.com... it has to be a lot more than that.

... I said it was a possibility. -.-

I am not saying this child is schizophrenic. I would have to see the child and interact with it before I could even accuse it of having this disease.
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2/12/2016 5:10:24 AM
Posted: 11 months ago
At 2/12/2016 3:40:49 AM, The-Voice-of-Truth wrote:
At 2/12/2016 3:38:06 AM, PetersSmith wrote:
At 2/12/2016 3:33:26 AM, The-Voice-of-Truth wrote:
At 2/12/2016 3:29:32 AM, PetersSmith wrote:
At 2/11/2016 11:23:06 PM, The-Voice-of-Truth wrote:
At 2/11/2016 7:47:36 PM, Rosalie wrote:
My family runs a daycare.

As of a week ago, one of the kids has been going home to their parents talking about a girl names Suzie. The dad asks, "where have you seen suzie?" He said "at Rosalie's house".

My mom told me about this, and I got creeped out, so I decided to tall to the kid about it.

Me: "Luke, did you meet Suzie at my house?"

Luke "Yeah! She likes to play here at daycare!"

Me: "well, is Suzie here today?"

Luke "no, Suzie got in a car accident. She said she will be at your house on Friday at 7:zero zero o'clock!"

He mentioned that "Suzie has a friend named bendy..."

This kid talks constantly about Suzie. He wetted the bed the other day,and told me "Suzie told me to". His obsession has become creepy.

Maybe she's a imaginary friend, but is this to excessive...or am I being paranoid?

***note parents don't know anyone names suzie, he said he met her at my house..

Either 1) a very imaginative kid, or 2) has schizophrenia.

I saw a documentary about a girl who was 5-6 years old, and her friend that she had an obsession with was named "5." The girl said that % told her to do things like hurt people and say mean things. She had schizophrenia.

Schizophrenia doesn't occur until much later in age.

Refer to the neat little chart on the right side: https://www.google.com...

Schizophrenia does occur in young ages, but not on as grand a scale.

"Not on a grand scale" is an understatement here. And you're accusing this child of being a schizophrenic purely off of having an imaginary friend. When according to this: http://www.medicinenet.com... it has to be a lot more than that.

... I said it was a possibility. -.-

I am not saying this child is schizophrenic. I would have to see the child and interact with it before I could even accuse it of having this disease.

Referring the child as a "it" lmao
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2/14/2016 12:04:05 PM
Posted: 11 months ago
At 2/11/2016 7:47:36 PM, Rosalie wrote:
My family runs a daycare.

As of a week ago, one of the kids has been going home to their parents talking about a girl names Suzie. The dad asks, "where have you seen suzie?" He said "at Rosalie's house".

My mom told me about this, and I got creeped out, so I decided to tall to the kid about it.

Me: "Luke, did you meet Suzie at my house?"

Luke "Yeah! She likes to play here at daycare!"

Me: "well, is Suzie here today?"

Luke "no, Suzie got in a car accident. She said she will be at your house on Friday at 7:zero zero o'clock!"

He mentioned that "Suzie has a friend named bendy..."

This kid talks constantly about Suzie. He wetted the bed the other day,and told me "Suzie told me to". His obsession has become creepy.

Maybe she's a imaginary friend, but is this to excessive...or am I being paranoid?

***note parents don't know anyone names suzie, he said he met her at my house..

That sounds creepy! Either Suzie is a ghost or more likely is simply Luke's imaginary friend! The stuff he said sounds weird though!
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2/14/2016 12:24:49 PM
Posted: 11 months ago
At 2/11/2016 8:28:57 PM, Mhykiel wrote:
At 2/11/2016 7:47:36 PM, Rosalie wrote:
My family runs a daycare.

As of a week ago, one of the kids has been going home to their parents talking about a girl names Suzie. The dad asks, "where have you seen suzie?" He said "at Rosalie's house".

My mom told me about this, and I got creeped out, so I decided to tall to the kid about it.

Me: "Luke, did you meet Suzie at my house?"

Luke "Yeah! She likes to play here at daycare!"

Me: "well, is Suzie here today?"

Luke "no, Suzie got in a car accident. She said she will be at your house on Friday at 7:zero zero o'clock!"

He mentioned that "Suzie has a friend named bendy..."

This kid talks constantly about Suzie. He wetted the bed the other day,and told me "Suzie told me to". His obsession has become creepy.

Maybe she's a imaginary friend, but is this to excessive...or am I being paranoid?

***note parents don't know anyone names suzie, he said he met her at my house..

Demons travel in pairs. One strong and demonic and the other mascarades as child or scared person to ger affection and attention from a living soul. Often people will keep thier relationship a secret and so even after an exorcism the strong demonic one is invited back in.


You could secretly bless the house in the name of Jesus to include the closets and see if 'suzie' has a reaction.

Cause demons hide in the closets ? I think you are confused, the only thing hiding in the closet are gays and Christmas presents.


But it's probably an imagionary friend so the child can blame things on. .. maybe..

Had to go for the demon angle here.
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2/16/2016 6:09:20 PM
Posted: 11 months ago
At 2/11/2016 7:47:36 PM, Rosalie wrote:

Sounds like an awesome story. You should totally write about it.
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2/16/2016 10:06:09 PM
Posted: 11 months ago
Hopefully he's not possessed.
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