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Old 09-18-2018, 08:01 AM
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Default Dreams, do you remember them?

I had a few odd dreams in my time.
Some are just weird, some are funny, and some are really scary.


Last night I dreamt I was dreaming and yelled in my sleep.(from fear or surprise, I dont remember) But I knew I was REALLY asleep.
weird.


Anyone else?
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In my whole life (I'm 70) I've had perhaps a dozen dreams I can remember. That's it.

I've tried drinking a lot of water before bed, to waken me in an odd point in my normal sleep cycle, I've tried setting different alarm clocks to odd times, I've had friends wake me up.....all to no avail - no dreams.

I've been told that, "Of course you dream!", but I talked to my dad about it, and he said he's had the same life experience - not much dreaming!
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I dream A LOT, and some of the dreams are insane - dunno if that says something about me Sometimes I hang out with random celebrities, which is hilarious because I certainly do not think of any of them...maybe my subconscious just picks up very easily if I see a headline or something in the news. Then again, sometimes I have horrible nightmares or keep having dreams of my late family members for weeks on end..... Then sometimes it's completely random and weird; couple of nights ago I had this dream that I was walking on the street of my hometown and saw a yellow bicycle without anyone actually riding it; it was riding on its on In the dream I said to my sister, wow, look at that bike....and then later on I saw the bike in a different spot and it started riding towards me and it felt like a threat in the dream, ya know, in a Carrie sorta way
So yup, I have a totally mental parallel life going on at night
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I remember my dreams. I've been told I have a gift of "seeing" things, which has been a blessing and curse. The gems have been when I've told people they were getting married or would be pregnant soon, and the heartbreakers of knowing my father would not recover from cancer, one of my close friends near death car accident, and my love's return to prison.
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The dreams that I remembered are always scary... like Trump being the president of the USA.
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I have dreams the only ones I do remember are usually the bad ones. Generally though if I do remember they are kind of stupid but at the time upsetting.
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I have dreams the only ones I do remember are usually the bad ones. Generally though if I do remember they are kind of stupid but at the time upsetting.
I have the exact same issue, its awful.
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I had a doozy last night.
I was driving a bus. LOL! Only it was just half the bus.
I didnt have a bus license to do so and had to pull over in a check point.
I thought in my dream, I didnt steal this, Im only borrowing it to bring my dog home.


so weird.
I woke up when I realized I did in fact, steal the bus. Or rather half of it. lol
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I had a bad one also I was smoking crack with my neighbor who's really old. An old dead boyfriend was there. Then my neighbor was telling me it's not crack, but meth, I woke up in a real bad sweat freaking out it seemed so real and awful. I hate drug dreams I thought I was years past that crap.
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Yeah, Id imagine that would be scary as all get out.
I used to have those that I was smoking ciggys again.
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Oh, I had those dreams about being drunk off my face and having lost all my things when I was drinking more and quit for a few years, many years ago - it was a relief to wake up in the morning and discover it was just a dream!

Taking it to another level...For years, on occasion, I've had what you call Hypnopompic Hallucinations; it's never really scary to me because I know what it is, even when it's happening, but it is fascinating how your brain can do this when you're in that space between being fully asleep and fully awake
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Oh, I had those dreams about being drunk off my face and having lost all my things when I was drinking more and quit for a few years, many years ago - it was a relief to wake up in the morning and discover it was just a dream!

Taking it to another level...For years, on occasion, I've had what you call Hypnopompic Hallucinations; it's never really scary to me because I know what it is, even when it's happening, but it is fascinating how your brain can do this when you're in that space between being fully asleep and fully awake
LOL I used to sleep walk not funny at all, I was on a sleep med Ambien. Very scary what can happen and what you think while that happens.
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I dont think Ive ever done that.
But I do remember once my ex hubby sits up in bed, and started laughing hysterically.
His eyes were open, and he was looking at me. I woke up and started asking him whats so funny? He just kept laughing, and I kept asking him (louder each time) WHATS SO FUNNY?
After which he sort of hunkerd back down, still chuckling and then went back to quite sleep.
I was so pissed off. I wanted to know what was so funny.


(we were probably sleep deprived as we were bottle feeding puppies. Six of them!)
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LOL I used to sleep walk not funny at all, I was on a sleep med Ambien. Very scary what can happen and what you think while that happens.
Reminds of years ago. My son had major surgery on his lower spine, replacing discs, bunch of metal rods and screws and pins. First week home he has to wear a body brace, use a walker, could barely move more than a 95 year old man his back was so fragile. And he's loaded on meds and painkillers.

2nd night about 2 am I here a slow bump....bump.....bump. I get up. There he is walking down the hall. Asleep. No brace. No walker. The "bumps" are him slowly bouncing off the wall left and right as he's going down the hall, it was the only thing keeping him from falling. Holy ##$^^! I slowly turn him around, walk him back, get him into his bed. I could not wake him. Weird. Once he's safely down I go back to bed.

Half hour later. Bump.....bump.....bump. Get up and get him back to bed again. I'm thinking if he makes it to an open area he's going down and will tear his spine to pieces. I seriously couldn't wake him. Couldn't trust this. So I drag a big lovesac into his room and slept on that just so he couldn't get up and out again.

That was scary sleepwalking.
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