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    Some of these are horrible!

    I remember a recurring nightmare from 5 or 6 when I shared a room with my sister and I could see a guy that looked like he was made of white stone or something and wore a big hunting jacket thing and he would stand by the wardrobe and torture my sister and It was like I was sitting in the top of the bookshelf watching and couldn't get to her. Ironically she was always super irritated at my screaming from this nightmare which made my parents separate us and they stopped!

    The other I remember is I tried to help a stray puppy that was hurt and I would follow it down a deserted street to the warf and it would dissappear and then when I got home the dog was at my house and my family was playing with it and could not see me anymore

    Hmmm issues much?

    Can't believe i still remember them

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    Quote Originally Posted by White Mage View Post
    These days the scariest it really gets is me running for higher ground from a giant wave.
    I have this one too.
    I had a re-occuring nightmare that even now makes me emtional. Its me and my mum sitting on a park bench and everything seems all nice and beautiful and soft. After a little while I get a hard feeling (its the best way describe the feeling) everything becomes black and white and hard and my mum seems to move far away from me on the bench and I cant seem to reach her. All of a sudden I look in front of me and there is a tall tower like a lifeguard tower but taller and scarier looking. Out of the ground come all of these large spikes and I begin to try and walk over them but I cant get through them. I used to wake up sobbing everytime. Me and my mum dont have the best relationship and I wonder if this dream actually meant something.

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    This is not mine but curious if anyone can interpret.

    Dp told me he had a dream where there was a poisonous snake that wouldn't go away and was quite aggressive. He tried killing it but it keep moving around too much. I came out with dd2 to see what the fuss was and I let her go play in a sand pit next to where the snake was as if it were no big deal. He can't remember if she got bitten but he thinks she may have come close to being bitten by it. Then he woke up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DesperatelySeekingSleep View Post
    This is not mine but curious if anyone can interpret.

    Dp told me he had a dream where there was a poisonous snake that wouldn't go away and was quite aggressive. He tried killing it but it keep moving around too much. I came out with dd2 to see what the fuss was and I let her go play in a sand pit next to where the snake was as if it were no big deal. He can't remember if she got bitten but he thinks she may have come close to being bitten by it. Then he woke up.
    There is a a biatch (or make equivalent) at your DP's work and he wishes he got more support from you about it (bit hard when he probably doesn't open up to you). Now your DP is worried your kids are going to cop the fall out.

    ????off base??

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    There is a a biatch (or make equivalent) at your DP's work and he wishes he got more support from you about it (bit hard when he probably doesn't open up to you). Now your DP is worried your kids are going to cop the fall out.

    ????off base??
    Holy poo! Not not off base at all! His work has possibly sold pending settlement. One of his bosses has quite a... dry personality and is always short. His pay could be affected by the change over. He wants to move miles away to live in a remote area and I refuse to.

    The only part that was off base was him not opening up. He opens up way to much and tells me his every thought and I get annoyed and angry at him because of it and says he doesn't feel I support him enough. But to be fair, he has big anxiety issues and there is only so much support i can give him. He's more the girl(spend more time in front of the mirror, talks a lot, big cleaning fanatic..) of the relationship and I'm more the guy( bottle things up, ready in 10 minutes, hate cleaning etc)..

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    Quote Originally Posted by DesperatelySeekingSleep View Post
    Holy poo! Not not off base at all! His work has possibly sold pending settlement. One of his bosses has quite a... dry personality and is always short. His pay could be affected by the change over. He wants to move miles away to live in a remote area and I refuse to.

    The only part that was off base was him not opening up. He opens up way to much and tells me his every thought and I get annoyed and angry at him because of it and says he doesn't feel I support him enough. But to be fair, he has big anxiety issues and there is only so much support i can give him. He's more the girl(spend more time in front of the mirror, talks a lot, big cleaning fanatic..) of the relationship and I'm more the guy( bottle things up, ready in 10 minutes, hate cleaning etc)..
    Oh your poor hubby workplace turmoil sucks...

    Re the bit about opening up... That wasn't part of my original assessment I added it in because I didn't want you to think I was saying you don't support your hubby

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    Oh your poor hubby workplace turmoil sucks...

    Re the bit about opening up... That wasn't part of my original assessment I added it in because I didn't want you to think I was saying you don't support your hubby
    I didn't take it that way anyway. I expected a far far worse analysis actually. Like maybe he doesn't trust me not to put dds in danger or I purposefully do etc that sort of thing..


 

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