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Nightmares during the day
October 15, 1999
7:06 pm
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Well guys, I just woke up from a much needed nap, or so I thought. Today has been unbelievable and sleep only produced one of the worst nightmares of my life. In my dream was my mother (who passed away last year), my grandmother (her mother who passed away in 1971) , my husband, a good friend of mine that I haven't seen in years and a ton of strangers mixed in a crowd. Anyway, in the dream my husband and I were dressed up for a night on the town and it was snowing outside. We decided to do something kinky and make love in the snow, so headed out not worrying about who might see us, etc. We were just getting along better than we ever had and was actually enjoying each other's company (something we haven't been able to do in real life for quite some time now). We were having a blast!

Once inside the bar he told me that a woman had touched him somewhere that she shouldn't have and pointed her out to me, then said that he was going home to take a shower and change clothes and would return to the bar. He was acting rather fidgety and talking "BS", sort of being cocky. I tried to talk him out of it, but he headed out the door and this woman along with 3 others followed him to his car. I knew something was up...that he was going home to do drugs and whatever else with these women. Anyway, the dream centered on just him and I for a few minutes as if the women were sort of in the background. I was in my car, which was situated next to his and he was in the passenger side of his car still talking "BS". He told me that he had already done something stupid that caused his eyes to blur then pleaded for me to allow him to go because he had made a mistake AGAIN. We started arguing, I knew it was his addiction doing this to him. He then started crying and picked up a shotgun and put it in his mouth. I started screaming for him to stop, not to do it, so he put the gun down and with the other hand picked up another gun, put it in his mouth, and "BAMM"......pulled the trigger. I tried to get out of the car screaming in hysterics, "NO, NO, NO, NO, NO!!!!" It was too late. He was gone. Blood everywhere....The dream was so detailed and real to me. I awoke feeling extremely nauseaous and found that I had slept for about 2-3 hrs. and my husband wasn't home yet from taking his son to the doctor. My mind raced. I had just had an awful dream and what if it wasn't a dream at all? I panicked....started calling whoever I could think of until I was able to sit down and take a deep breath. What was I doing? This was crazy! After finally reaching him by phone, I begged that he come home as soon as he finished with the doctor's visit. I think that his addiction problem is affecting me more than I realized in the beginning. Am I insane? This is awful..

October 15, 1999
10:44 pm
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I have had some vivid horror stories like that...go back and find my thread on Why am I dreaming so much.
Sometimes I wake up in a sweat just shaking. They do seem so real to me, and I usually can remember them very clear. I think for me my dreams are usually connected with my fears...maybe this is true for you.
Do you worry a lot, or has there been a certain fear in your life that might be causing these dreams. For 2 weeks straight I was dreaming constantly, not really able to fall into a deep sleep and this was making me miserable, I told my doctor and she prescribed me some sleeping pills... they helped and still once in a while I take them when I really need to. My husband says if he does dream, he can't remember them, I wish this was only the case for me...because let me tell you some of my dreams are so bizarre.


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