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5 years 9 months ago #1 by Nomnom

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    I am a 21 year old female, studying Computer Science. I am an introvert. I live with my mom and dad. In our country it’s quite normal. My parents are not on good terms. Most of the time they argue with each other. I have learnt to live with it and I take it easy. Though I love them, I never rely on them for mental support. Not even my mom, because whenever I share something, she just makes it worse for me. I was very close with my elder brother. But since he had moved abroad and started his own family, he changed. That fact kind of saddens me. I am in a long distance relationship with my boyfriend. For most of the time of the day, he cannot keep in touch with me. And for this reason I get mad at him very often. He is a good guy though. There is maybe one or two best friends in my life with whom I can share my feelings and thoughts. Sometimes I feel alone. Because I prefer to stay alone for most of the time. But that feeling doesn’t stay for long. I have nightmares occuring at least 2-3 times in a month. I can remember dreams vividly after I wake up. Most of the time the nightmares are about violence. And in every nightmare, I feel very scared and fear for the safety of my family. Sometimes people slaughter each other on the streets, me and my family try to run and hide. There would be so much gore and chaos everywhere. Sometimes I see zombie apocalypse taking place. I have a fear for zombies in real life. Who doesn’t? Sometimes I see accidents happen. Again, so much gore. My brother and I had an elder sister. She died from road accident. Maybe that’s why I have nightmares about accidents. But I would sure love those gore-filled violent nightmares to stop. Any thoughts why they are occuring?

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