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    roguemouser
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    Hi, all. My name is Erick. I’m a dad and husband, tech support specialist and musician. I think I may have some small psychic talent, as I seem to draw accurate logical conclusions with very limited input when it comes to people. I plan to hang out here, browse the forums and see what I can learn.

    I don’t talk or chat much. I’m more of a listener. But I will always respond to most direct communication, and offer my thoughts and opinions and such whenever I think I have something helpful to contribute.

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    Hi Erick. I love that you are both a musician and involved in tech support….both activities requiring very careful listening!

    I’m here rather unexpectedly after a long conversation with my mother who has always been intuitive, particularly when it comes to animals. I’ve often felt things not explainable, but those sensibilities seem to have gone dormant for some years. What I’m noticing however, is as I am leaving my marriage of almost 20 years, my senses are opening just a bit. At least through my dreams. Each time my husband cheated on me, I had a dream about it. Was it subconscious pattern recognition? Not certain, but I was right 100% of the time.

    I’d rather focus attention on more positive insights however, and am curious to see what occurs.

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    Hello again…just realized after posting a text to you, that the second part was actually more appropriate as a “hello” to entire group. But I really do think it’s pretty cool how much you listen in your life. As someone who talks perhaps too much, I appreciate the quality of a solid ear.

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