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Rachel - posted on 02/10/2013 ( 3 moms have responded )

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So my son Logan will be 2 in 3 months..he shares a room with me becuz i live with my mom and dad. the other night logan and my mom was in my room and logan started pointing in the corner of my room and saying grrr no grr no really loud. he wont sleep in his bed at all and he wakes up screaming i have tried anything to keep him from sleeping with me. but when we stay at my friends house he sleeps great but once we come back home he hates it.. i have always seeing Ghost all my life but with whats going on i cant see anything all i now its a older man that likes to stand in my room only cuz i have heard him talking. idk what to do i hate that my son is dealing with this.

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Cecilia - posted on 02/10/2013

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well since you have personal experience use it. Can you feel if it is a good or bad presence? If you don't feel it is harmful maybe he is simply scared by how it looks. If this is the case he can simply tell it to leave him alone. In most cases the spirit will do just that. Or when he is scared and he wakes you up you can tell it for him. If you can't tell then i'd say start with this way. See if it works.

If you feel it is negative you can have a holy person of your religion or personal preference come and do a blessing. Use religious symbols through the room. For example, put a cross over the door frame. Even having one under your sons pillow might help. Do NOT tell it to come after you instead. You're only inviting it to mess with both of you.

I personally have had to put a cross over our laundry room door and hung a rosary on the door knob. (which is connected to my bedroom) What ever lives in there isn't nice. There are a few spirits in my house and none seem to bother her but that one. I also stitched a cross shape onto the edge of the blanket that she sleeps with every night just in case. After those few steps, it never seemed to bother her again.

Dee Dee - posted on 02/10/2013

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Hi Rachel
My kid fortunaely do not have this problem. so I search thru the web. 2009, Michelle posted similar problem about her kid, "My 2 year old wakes up screaming in the night"
33 mom helped. some kids wake up screaming from nightmare, from 6 month old and grows out by 6-7 years old. doc said there is not much mom can do beside held them, comfort them and love them. some give tylenol to ease the pain. good luck

Dee

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