unknown lover

Hi Lira -

Your dreams sound like a modern-day Romeo and Juliet, except every night you have to live the whole relationship over and over again! (Which would be OK, if we could just get rid of the dying part...)

I am sorry to learn of your relationship problems. I think you are learning at a young age that hearts are tender, and need to be taken care of.

It' normal to be "sick and tired" of relationships after we get hurt a few times. Sometimes the pain is so great we wonder "What's the point?" Why bother with all the flirting and romance and expectation, if all that's going to happen in the end is we wind up with a broken heart?

The reason why your dream lover dies is because you are aware, in the real world, that you haven't met this perfect guy yet. He doesn't exist, which is why the dream keeps showing him "not alive" I know it's a sad ending, but it's also a fairly healthy sign. It shows that, even in your dreams, you still have a good sense of reality.

The other thing that's clear from your dreams is that you are a very romantic person. Let's face it - the first half of your dreams are pretty good! You are in love, laughing, kissing, holding hands, having snowball fights. Obviously you have a lot of love to give. The question you need to answer is: Who do I want to share my heart with?

Don't give up on love, Lira! Because when you do find that right person, it will be even better than in your dreams. Today you are learning to be careful with your heart, because it's too painful to give it away to the wrong person. Tomorrow you can start working again to make your dreams - especially your dreams of love - come true in the real world.

Back to the original dream
Back to teen dream library

To access our Dreamcast Library, log in, then click here.
Not registered? Click here.

It's free! No fees or subscriptions.