(Closed) Stupid Dream! Ugh!

posted 7 years ago in Waiting
Post # 3
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Sugar bee

I would tell him about it- it sounds like your subconscious (or conscious) worries are seeping into your dream and this would be a good opportunity to settle them. I hope yo uhave a good convo if you do it.

Post # 4
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: November 2011

@Wonderwoman217: I think it is your sub consious working over time there. In real life you think he may be just pretending to slack off and really he is actually planning something soon, but then again you second guess yourself because there is no hard evidence to prove that. I am the same way because I want to stay positive about this whole thing but I see no progress in him planning anything. I know his plans are to show me nothing and not talk about it and when the day comes to completely throw me off and take me out somewhere and then do it. Maybe your SO is doing the same thing. I dont know if I would bring up the dream only because he may be a bit offended, that you dont think he is capable of making it special for you, even though its a dream.

Post # 6
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Helper bee

Man I hate having these kinds of dreams!! I definitely think it’s your subconcious trying to tell you something, for sure.

The other night, I had a dream that my SO was about to propose. As in, I turned around in the dream, he started saying all these sweet things, and I blurted out asking if he was going to propose…. just as he was pulling the ring box out of his pocket and getting ready to take a knee. He freaked out a little in the dream because I guessed ahead of time. The ring was absolutely beautiful in the dream, and he still asked, but he was upset in the dream because he felt the surprise was ruined.

Now, my SO has never expressed to me that I’d ruin the surprise by talking about getting engaged or anything like that…not even once. He told me a couple months ago that he has plans, and that I won’t be waiting forever. However, I’ve had a couple slip ups since, which I apologized for haha [he didn’t mind or anything, but I still felt bad…I was doing so well not saying anything!]. That being said, it’s still been on my mind. I think this dream was a sign I should keep my trap shut from now on, so as to not ruin any potential surprises he may have in store for the future.

I would casually tell your SO about it. I told mine… originally I was going back and forth on telling him, but then just decided to. Did it very casually, like “oh I forgot, I had a dream with you in it….it was hilarious!” then finished the story.

Keep us posted!! :o)

Post # 7
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: November 2011

@Wonderwoman217: I dont think I would go into to much detail about the dream but just bring up the subject calmly and I am sure he wont be upset about it, like I said though I wouldnt go into ALL the details.. it may get him thinking you have no trust and confidence in him to give you a great proposal/wedding.

Post # 8
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Helper bee

I’m very into figuring out the meanings of dreams so I use this website (smartgirl.org) for every dream I have (or that I can remember)….here is what it says about weddings…love this…(by the way I’ve had a wedding day dream myself)….

Wedding Dreams of getting married can be straightforward wishing on the part of the dreamer, representing strong romantic interest towards someone in the dreamer’s real life. Wedding dreams can also mean you have learned to be comfortable with diverse parts of your self. If you dream your friend is getting married, you may be worried she is leaving you behind. If you have a dream that your friend marries your crush, you may have noticed some flirting between them in real life.

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