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06-02-2013, 12:58 PM
Reoccuring nightmares.
I've been having this nightmare for about 3 weeks now.
Every single night.
Anytime that I doze off.
Whenever I drift off to sleep.

It starts off with yelling, lots of it.
Then I begin to shout.
Everything said seems to be blurred.
Then he shoves me.
Pushes me against the wall.
Slaps me in the face.
I start to cry and tell him to stop and when I do, he covers me mouth harshly and hits me hard in the stomach.
(I actually wake up with a pain in my stomach.)
I slide down the wall, falling to the ground with a thud.
He just walks away, slamming the door behind him and leaves.

Like I said, I've been having this dream constantly for about 3 weeks now.
Honestly, I'm terrified to be around this person..
But it's someone that I care deeply about.

I don't know why I'm telling everyone this or what I'm even looking to get out of this thread..
I just needed to tell someone.

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06-02-2013, 02:15 PM
RE: Reoccuring nightmares.
You know exactly what you need to do.
You know that until you do it - or at least resolve to - you will keep having the nightmare. Leave it long enough and you might even become physically ill. And that may be you secret plan: to have the decision made by your body or subconscious, so that you don't have to take responsibility for it.
Still your decision, though.

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06-02-2013, 03:11 PM
RE: Reoccuring nightmares.
(06-02-2013 12:58 PM)legendoflink Wrote:  I've been having this nightmare for about 3 weeks now.
Every single night.
Anytime that I doze off.
Whenever I drift off to sleep.

It starts off with yelling, lots of it.
Then I begin to shout.
Everything said seems to be blurred.
Then he shoves me.
Pushes me against the wall.
Slaps me in the face.
I start to cry and tell him to stop and when I do, he covers me mouth harshly and hits me hard in the stomach.
(I actually wake up with a pain in my stomach.)
I slide down the wall, falling to the ground with a thud.
He just walks away, slamming the door behind him and leaves.

Like I said, I've been having this dream constantly for about 3 weeks now.
Honestly, I'm terrified to be around this person..
But it's someone that I care deeply about.

I don't know why I'm telling everyone this or what I'm even looking to get out of this thread..
I just needed to tell someone.
I'm no Freudian analyst but there seem to be a few issues there.
I agree with Peterkin; I think you should resolve as you see fit, if that seems an immediate option.
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06-02-2013, 05:41 PM
RE: Reoccuring nightmares.
You know the real answer: more therapy, less drama. Drinking Beverage

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