I guess I should probably be glad that the “recurring” dream hasn’t really come back for a while (since the last time I wrote about it), but as of last night… there’s a new one. Pain wise, I think it’s about a hundred times worse than the previous one. This one actually seems to have an ending too, where as the other one kind of just… stops. A dream having an ENDING, as if it were a movie, is even worse. It feels final. Like… that’s it. There ya go. That’s what happens and I just showed it to you from beginning to end.I really wish there was someway to get rid of these. It’s the same overall idea, but now the scene, the people (other than myself and the other person that is always in it) are changing, so it isn’t the same people that were in the other one… The one thing that I’ll say is better (trying to be optimistic here) is that the person that replaced the regular accomplice someone that I know would never hurt me in a million years, so it makes it just a little UN-realistic and gives me a small piece of hope for my sanity.It’s hard to shake off something like that after I wake up. I can’t stop thinking about it and the more I think about it, the more I feel like crawling in a hole and dying. I just want everything to stop. The whole world to stop and everyone be silent so no one will hear me scream. How can something so insignificant have such a terrible impact on me? It’s just a dream… I just really, really can’t help but think that the more this happens… what if the overall outcome IS going to happen? Maybe not as dramatic and hurtful as it is in the dreams, but all in all……….. what if it’s meant to end that way?
I couldn’t help it… I did a google search and am trying to put things together…….
“Recurring dreams are quite common and are often triggered by a certain life situation or a problem that keeps coming back again and again. These dreams may recur daily, once a week, or once a month, but whatever the frequency, there is little variation in the dream content itself. It usually points to a personal weakness, fear, or your inability to cope with something in your life – past or present. “
“To dream that you are in pain, signifies that you are being too hard on yourself with regards to a situation that was out of your control. It may also be a true reflection of real pain that exists somewhere in your body.”
“To dream that you are sad, signifies a positive turn of events. It is generally a good dream foretelling good things are about to happen in your near future.”
“To dream that you are feeling much anger, forewarns that you will be involved in a terrible and tense situation. Your loved ones will let your down and disappoint you. It also forewarns that once solid ties will be broken. Being angry in your dream may have been carried over from your waking life. In your dream, you may have a safe outlet to express such emotions. You may have some suppressed anger and aggression that you have not consciously acknowledged.”
“To dream that you are experiencing some anxiety in some affair, is a reflection of what you may be feeling during your waking life. You may have repressed thoughts, unexpressed emotions, resentment, and hostility that are triggering your anxiety dream.”
“To dream that you have been betrayed, represents your suspicions about a particular person, relationship or situation. This dream often occurs when you are having feelings of insecurity and are faced with major commitments in your life at the same time.”
“Dreaming that you are abandoned, may stem from a recent loss or a fear of losing a loved one. The fear of abandonment may manifest itself into your dream and is part of the healing process of dealing with losing a loved one. It may also stem from unresolved feelings or problems from childhood.”