January 17, 2007 10:01am CST
So I just woke up and I'm angry. I had a "graphic" dream my husband was cheating on me.....it was terrible. Even though I know it was a dream I'm still tiffed and want to call him and yell at him. Once I'm up for a little while I'll start laughing about it and when I tell him he will be cracking up too. Do your dreams ever make you feel emotions, even though you know it's not real? I've had one where my parents died and I was upset the whole day and called them 100 times:) Please share yours.
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17 Jan 07
This sounds strange! But strange indeed is the way our minds work. Most of the times, our dreams are related to our mental preocuupations and not rerally on extra sensory perceptions. Even if you find out that what you had dreamt of has something to do with reality, you may just have had proof for it earlier itslef, which your mind did not take in seriously in its conscious side. So, I am someone who goes with a bit (not all) of Freudian concepts. But in your case, it may just be a fear that comes out of your fondness to your husband tethering on some possessiveness!
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17 Jan 07
wow what a topic. I recently have been having dreams that my girlfriend is cheating on me too. When I looked it up on the net I found out that its very common in marriagaes. If you want to know what your dreams mean go to www.dreamdoctor.com It will tell you that its only a dream and there is no need to yell at your husband any longer lol. Good luck to you and your husband. Give him a kiss when he gets home. lol