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Dreaming & Meaning by Courtney P. Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Wed 01 Oct 2008 10:51pm I have always had vivid dreams. I can still recall dreams I had as a child. And, this week, for some reason, I am having intense dreams every night. These dreams are action-packed, somewhat disturbing, and vivid. I must be processing a lot these days, for my subconscious seems to be shouting at me. I imagine many of you can relate to this experie ... Read on »
Oh, poor blog…long time no see. So busy, so productive–then what do these dreams mean? by Barbara M. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Thu 10 May 2012 4:46pm I’ve been meaning to visit here. I swear I have. It’s been weeks and weeks. But not because I had nothing going on. Not because I have no thoughts at all. To the contrary, I’ve been busting out of my seams in most aspects of my life. I’ve had two novels already published this year, with CONVICTION OF THE HEART debuting in June, SECOND CHA ... Read on »
What do YOUR dreams mean? by Eva M. Patient Expert Posted Mon 20 Oct 2008 10:34pm Blogthings.com is a blog full of fun quizzes, memes, and toys that you can add to your blog. The quizzes cover a wide variety of interesting topics. Mostly just for fun, many of my quiz results are fascinatingly accurate. For example, here are my results for a quiz on dreams. What Your Dreams Mean... Your dreams seem ... Read on »
What Do Your Dreams Mean? by Devin H. Healthy Living Professional Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 9:21pm Oh, I don’t know what your dreams mean. But it’s fun to guess isn’t it? There are plenty of books claiming to interpret dreams. But I feel you are your own best dream interpreter. You are the only one with your specific memories, experiences, and hopes. Still, it doesn’t hurt to ask someone close to you for their ideas about what your dreams ... Read on »
Dream meaning nike air bruin max sale of the whole picture by jjenny372 Posted Thu 21 Mar 2013 2:33am Once we found that the fact that unexpectedly excited, we can not help but not to exclaim: "is my most ridiculous dream, I do not dare want the case" [10]?It is a dream, all the details plus side, I feel the need for another more appropriate explanation. The two explanations never conflict with each other, but more a result glimpse Dream meaning ni ... Read on »
Dreams... what do they mean??? by Kim Botdorf Patient Expert Posted Wed 28 Oct 2009 11:02pm I've been away from my journal here for a few days... just stuff going on, things rattling around in my head... and the other night I had a dream, well more like a nightmare that I just can't get out of my head.  Gosh I am 44 and I think at this stage dreams/nightmares should not distract me like this but this one has... I can recall being ... Read on »
Dreams... what do they mean??? by Kim Botdorf Patient Expert Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:02pm I've been away from my journal here for a few days... just stuff going on, things rattling around in my head... and the other night I had a dream, well more like a nightmare that I just can't get out of my head.  Gosh I am 44 and I think at this stage dreams/nightmares should not distract me like this but this one has... I can recall bein ... Read on »
What do dreams really mean? by Lauren Posted Wed 21 Oct 2009 12:00am I dream every night. I used to have terrible dark dreams almost every night and I would wake up so scared that I couldn’t move.  Some of it was from the medications, they would give me trippy druggy dreams.  When I was really ill I couldn’t tell the dreams apart from reality and I would lie there, in my sweat, for a long time with my ... Read on »
What do our dreams mean? by Florence F. Patient Expert Posted Fri 20 May 2011 10:19pm Last night I had a dream that was kinda weird. Well, not weird in a bad way. I think we all have dreams whereby some stick in our minds while others are forgotten just as soon as we wake up. In this dream, my parents went out and bought a new house, so we were all packing. What was strange was the fact that the rest of the family did no ... Read on »
What do drug dreams mean? by David M. Posted Wed 13 Jun 2012 10:22pm Drug dreams and nightmares in people with co-occurring issues An increase in dreams is a common occurrence among people in early substance abuse recovery. Some of these dreams become especially vivid and troubling. Many drugs suppress dreaming and the brain seems to need to make up for those lost dreams. Some of these dreams are memories be ... Read on »