(Closed) Cheating dreams

posted 5 years ago in Emotional
Post # 3
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1034 posts
Bumble bee

@FutureMRS3lastnames:  I wouldn’t worry about it. If, when fully awake, you’re 110% happy and ready to get married, and absolutely NO second thoughts, then I think it’s just your brain being silly.

Sometimes, if my last thought before going to sleep is something like “What was that brand of bologna that my ex-bf used to eat?” I’ll end up having a dream about him kissing me. Sooo random!! I think your brain just picks up 1 random thing you’ve seen/heard and runs with it. Relax 🙂

Post # 4
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Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: December 2012

Your brain is a very strange organ that scientists haven’t fully investigated yet. There’s a good chance that we won’t for many more generations, only because of how complex and amazing it is.

That said, your dreams don’t have to mean anything. Sometimes it’s just how you’re digesting something, or sometimes your brain is just interested in making you go, “What the hell was that?”

There are a lot of people in the world who think that dreams are your subconcious, that they’re trying to tell you something, or inform you of something greater in the world.

Whether this is true or not remains to be seen, but I don’t believe a word of it, truthfully.

For example, yesterday my husband stayed home from work to take care of me. I was feeling very sick (Dizzy spells & lightheadedness and shakey all over), so we spent most of the day sleeping.

I had a dream he bought an inflatible toilet throne and set it next to the fireplace, and he was quite proud of his purchase.

He had a dream that I turned into a mushroom and lived in the basement (which we don’t have.)

I wouldn’t put much stock into your dreams; they’re just dreams.

I don’t think you’re having second thoughts, or it’s cold feet, or you’re nervous, I just think it’s just your brain weirding you out. I wouldn’t try to look for a hidding meaning in it.

Post # 5
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4276 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: April 2012

Its normal. I have these dreams too, my husband has them, I have had friends tell me about theirs….. very common dream to have. They do not mean anything.

Post # 7
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2271 posts
Buzzing bee

Unless you’re thinking about cheating on your FI seriously, during your waking hours, I wouldn’t worry about it at all.

As @Hyperventilate: said “I wouldn’t put much stock into your dreams; they’re just dreams.

Post # 8
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8980 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: December 2012

@LadyMoriarty:  I told him about it when he was making me lunch (I was sitting on the couch near our fireplace) He stopped mid step, a bowl of tomato soup in hand, looked thoughtful a moment and goes, “Even in your dreams, I am amazing.”

He’s been talking about it ever since. I’m pretty sure he’s going to end up finding how to get one of these now.

In my dreams, it was like those inflatable chairs that were popular years ago. Usually in neon colors. Only, this thing was a huge throne and clearly a toilet. It had a little air pump next to it to keep it inflated.

My husband was pretty impressed.

Post # 9
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2015

Totally normal, don’t even worry about it. 

If you DO want to interpret them somehow they are possibly about “kissing your past goodbye” Your teachers were obviously a large part of your life and now that it is finally going to be over and the new part of your life (being married) is starting, perhaps you are letting it go.

Honestly though, it could just mean that you need to brush your teeth or something totally random. 

Please don’t worry about it; if this is your biggest concern at the moment then you are flying with clear skies. 🙂 

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