cumulus
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Somebody Interpret This Dream For Me!

Sun Jan 27, 2008 10:52 am

I don't normally subscribe to dream interpretation, I do purely from a academic point of view.

I have had a few in the past, such as my daughter is attacked by a dog and I can't get to her (sick I know), I'm not restrained or anything and she's 20ft away from me. I'm told this is common as it means I feel that I'm failing my daughter, although I don't and when I'm awake I certainly don't feel like I do! It's some sub-concious malarky I hear!

Anyhow, the dream I've had three times now is all my teeth fall out - now what the hell is that all about??!!!
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RE: Somebody Interpret This Dream For Me!

Sun Jan 27, 2008 11:02 am



Quoting Cumulus (Thread starter):
Anyhow, the dream I've had three times now is all my teeth fall out - now what the hell is that all about??!!!

It sounds like you are scared of becoming like Skidmarks.
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RE: Somebody Interpret This Dream For Me!

Sun Jan 27, 2008 12:02 pm

Hmm, this is serious, I'm afraid.

You are quite obviously an absolutely inept father, from whom your daughter will only gain suffering and extremely poor parenting.

I recommend you to give your daughter away to a complete stranger, in order to protect her from yourself.

(Preferably to a single middle aged man, short and a little fat, who always wears corny ties, thick glasses and drives an old volvo, you know, the one who lives in that house where the blinds are always down and the lawn not taken care of.)

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RE: Somebody Interpret This Dream For Me!

Sun Jan 27, 2008 8:45 pm



Quoting Francoflier (Reply 2):
(Preferably to a single middle aged man, short and a little fat, who always wears corny ties, thick glasses and drives an old volvo, you know, the one who lives in that house where the blinds are always down and the lawn not taken care of.)

Regards,

That really doesn't help me!
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RE: Somebody Interpret This Dream For Me!

Sun Jan 27, 2008 8:53 pm

I don't believe in Interpreting dreams.

But If I was to comment,I'd say you are very protective of your kid & are scared for any harm to your kid.The teeth falling off indicates fear of something going wrong.

Eating the right food & watching/reading funny programmes/articles will give you better dreams.

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RE: Somebody Interpret This Dream For Me!

Sun Jan 27, 2008 9:25 pm

Take this personality test, which has a question concerning dreams. Couple your answer along with the rest and find out what kind of person you are. Then throw away the results, grab a thick slab of fudge, down it with milk and crash on the couch. You'll be dreaming other things, I'm sure, with perhaps expected interruptions.
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Sun Jan 27, 2008 9:30 pm



Quoting Allstarflyer (Reply 5):
has a question concerning dreams. Couple your answer along with the rest and find out what kind of person you are. Then throw away the results, grab a thick slab of fudge, down it with milk and crash on the couch.

Ah - classic Jungian "Fudgeundmilsch" therapy. Somewhat dated but can be effective in cases of Oedipal conflict. I myself prescribe a more radical "Benundgerrys" therapy. It offers many of the benefits of "Fudgeundmilsch" (including fudge, happily) but is more effective in overcoming immediate psychological stress.
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RE: Somebody Interpret This Dream For Me!

Sun Jan 27, 2008 9:37 pm



Quoting Allstarflyer (Reply 5):
Take this personality test, which has a question concerning dreams.

I did that test out of fun, but it doesn't seem right. I had 41 points and the 41 to 50 point category doesn't fit me. I belong better into the 31 to 40 point category.
 
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RE: Somebody Interpret This Dream For Me!

Mon Jan 28, 2008 12:06 am

Looked up your profile; if you're getting close to 40 the dream could simply mean a fear of aging....
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RE: Somebody Interpret This Dream For Me!

Mon Jan 28, 2008 12:48 am

wheat and dairy can screw up your brain
 
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RE: Somebody Interpret This Dream For Me!

Mon Jan 28, 2008 1:12 am

Most therapists will use the idea of dream interpretation as a way to open up conversation about other things. But they usually don't advise you what a specific dream means. Most will say that the dream itself doesn't document your past or foretell your future. But in the process of letting you talk about your dream(s), whatever underlying issues you may have going on will eventually begin to surface.

This won't be any consolation to you - but new parents often have dreams of their child being in danger.

It is also known that people who have trouble expressing themselves or allowing their true feelings to show tend to have more frequent and vivid dreams.
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RE: Somebody Interpret This Dream For Me!

Mon Jan 28, 2008 7:10 am



Quoting Cumulus (Reply 3):
That really doesn't help me!

Sorry, It's just that I don't really buy into the dream interpretation thing... Everybody stresses out with kids, I do, but I don't think a dream, even a distrubing one, is going to tell me that I'm doing a good or bad job.
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