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dream analysis?

Posted by Tamar on October 10, 2005, at 6:07:39

Anyone up for a bit of dream analysis?

I dreamed I was out somewhere having coffee with a friend and other people were looking after my kids. After a while I started talking to a man I didn’t really know and he was flirting quite a bit with me and I felt flattered because he was quite attractive but I didn’t want to act on it, and he was annoyed with me because he wanted to take it further. I felt guilty because I didn’t know what I’d done to lead him to think that we might have sex. And it turned out his wife was the person looking after my children.

Then my elder daughter appeared and she started blowing on the back of my neck, which I found really irritating so I snapped at her to stop it. Meanwhile I discovered that my younger daughter had run away and was out in the street. She was shouting, “Mommy, mommy,” but when I went out to get her she ran away and I couldn’t catch her. I was terrified she was going to run in front of a car, even though there was no traffic. I kept chasing her and she kept running away. Eventually I caught her and brought her back to the place where everyone else was, so I was very relieved.

And then the scene changed and everyone else was gone and I was lying naked in bed and my ex-therapist was there too. He was wearing clothes but he was also naked at the same time (strange, but of course it was a dream) and he was kissing my breasts. But it wasn’t really sexual; it was about love rather than sex, if that makes sense. And there was something healing about the kissing. Unfortunately I woke up at that point!

Any ideas about this?




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