Well, I don't think you are a psycho . . . perhaps, though, you may be projecting your feelings (whatever they may be) on an event . . . for example: if a person (and I am not saying this is you, just anyone) feels that they have a broken spirit and this causes them to feel as if they have been discarded, then it is possible that the act of feeling sorry for something that is broken is a way of feeling that unresolved emotion. Again, I am not saying this is you only that often when we have feelings they relate to something else. I had a friend who would get bored very easily with plants. She would buy potted plants take care of them for a month and then get bored and through them in the garbage. After a few months of developing what I thought was a good friendship (we would eat out once a week and go to a movie; chat on the phone a couple of times a week, etc.), she apparently got bored with the friendship and decided that I no longer was part of her circle of friends. Can't do much about that but to this day, I feel sorry whenever one of my plants dies and, to be honest, I always bury the plant out in the yard rather than throwing it in the garbage. I've come to realize that the event of the plant being discarded is still entrenched with my feelings when the friendship was over.
So, I don't think you are a psycho . . . I do think you might want to ask yourself when and how this association began and I don't think that you are weird either . . . take care, kc