Okay, so, uh, how can I have a higher chance of seeing a reoccuring hallucination? I ask because whenever I drive at night, there's always a girl who gets hit by the car that I'm in, and she screams, then shes gone. Problem is, sometimes, when I don't see her get hit by the car, she keeps me up at night by staring at me from above my bed, staring at me, smiling menacingly, and she screams a lot, randomly and when I try to actually sleep. Sooo..I'm wondering how I can see her when I drive. 'Cuz, I didn't see her tonight...sleepless night for me. Woo. So, I know it's really weird, and probably unhealthy, but how can I get a higher chance of seein her every night? (At least until I can get consistant professional help). Maybe if I think about her it'll help? I dunno but I hate the nights she's there.
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