Okay so this is my situation. I went to a concert on Sunday and had an amazing time. I talked to the band for awhile and it was the best night ever. Before the show I had sent them an email complimenting their music and asking if they would stick around after the concert. I never got a response. But they didn't seem to connect me to the email at the show. Then a few days after the concert I sent an email asking if they'd be touring for their next album. I got a very friendly response and they didn't seem to remember specifically meeting me. But now I'm being hit with this intense paranoia that the band members think I'm some weirdo that sends them emails and meets them at concerts. This didn't pop into my head until today, four days after the concert, and I don't know why. Neither of my emails were creepy or weird, and I was very natural talking to them. Also, they didn't seem to remember me and I barely know these people and probably won't see them again for many months. I'd really really appreciate any insight into why this is happening and PLEASE advice on how to get it to stop. I'm seriously torturing myself thinking that this band thinks I'm a strange stalker. I really need help. It's giving me a lot of anxiety and this has never happened before. I've tried talking myself through the logic that they don't think I'm weird but it's not working. All these negative thoughts keep popping in my head. HELP!
They simply don't remember you. They don't think you're a weirdo or a stalker. they just get thousands of emails, if they're at all famous, meet hundreds of people, they can't remember everybody. Stop your worrying. You got to meet the band and have a good time. that's more than most fans get to have.
I'm wondering if you have been emailing this band and going to see their shows, because you have an expectation that you didn't yet tell us. If this was all just for the pleasure of the music the email before the show would not have happened. Is it possible that maybe you were hoping for romance, free tickets or backstage passes to events, or something else? I think you might want to think about your motives and you'll likely know why you are worried over what they are thinking. I'd also like to say that this worrying that you are experiencing is really not good for you. If you can't stop worrying on your own then cut off contacting this band and planning to see them for your own good.
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