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I keep having bad dreams about the same thing..

11 years 11 months ago #1 by Mallorie45

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  • I started dating my boyfriend about 5 months ago. He has a psyco ex that he dated for 3 years before. My boyfriend and I had been friends for years before, and the ex and i were kind of friends and talked ocassionally. She went insane about us dating, her and her friends constantly posted stuff about me over the internet, and we ended up fighting the day before our graduation. It was completely insane. We never meant to hurt her..but we did. So many people know about it and talk about it and dislike me over it.
    Now i keep having dreams involving her. The first time my boyfriend and I were at a playground and he was talking to her and told me if i didnt say anything he would leave me for her. I physically could not say anything so he left.
    The second one she kept trying to talk to me and be my friend.
    The third one she sat beside us and kept staring at him so i finally said "you cant quit staring can you?' She eneded up going off with her friends and i knew each of them in the dream. They all started yelling at me. Then out of nowhere we were in a church service? weird.
    Please help!

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    11 years 10 months ago #2 by speechman

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  • Hi Malorie,

    There is tremendous insecurity about your relationship. It comes out in dreams as a release. You should forget about her. You need to establish trust in your communication and relay what you are thinking to your boyfriend. If he goes back to her well he's not worth it is he or not a good match.

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