Repetitive Dreams What is your interpretation of my dream
Posted Sat Feb 20, 2010 08:43 PM
How would you interpret this? im the type of person that likes to hear other point of views
Posted Sun Feb 21, 2010 01:30 AM
Another question: Why is FLG crying in the dream? Do you remember doing anything in the dream that causes her to cry? Has there been a time recently when you made your current girl cry (or maybe hurt her feelings but didn't necessarily make her cry)?
I also agree with you that you could be dreaming of FLG because you still have feelings for her. First love can be very powerful, and maybe you're realizing that you still care about or even love FLG. Maybe you're dreaming about her because you're thinking about her a lot. Do you find yourself thinking about FLG as you fall asleep at night? Does FLG pop into your thoughts when you're with your current girl? Do you think of FLG when you're having sex with your current girl? If so, you may still have feelings for FLG. On the other hand, maybe you don't necessarily still love her or have feelings for her but remember the strong emotions that went along with loving her. It could be possible that you'll always remember and think about FLG, whether or not you love her. I know I'll always remember my first kiss, the guy's name, and what he looked like because it was a special experience, but I wasn't in love with that guy, and I'm not in love with him now. If my SO and I would ever break up, I'd still always remember him because he's the first person I've loved enough to consider marrying and the first person I ever slept with, and it would be difficult to forget losing my virginity, even if I was with a new guy.
I guess the bottom line is you might need to evaluate where you are in your relationship with your girl now. Are you happy with her? Do you love her? If not, your feelings for FLG could get in the way of you having a successful and fulfilling relationship with your current girl, and as hard as it may be, you might not be able to stay with her. If you love her and are happy in your relationship, then that's wonderful. You definitely shouldn't break up on a whim or without a real reason. But if it's possible that you could be leading her on, then that's not fair to her or to you.
Just my two cents. Hope it helps.
Posted Sun Feb 21, 2010 11:29 PM
Posted Sun Feb 21, 2010 11:38 PM
Posted Mon Feb 22, 2010 12:27 AM
Here's my take on your dream:
First off I think that love can be created, but not destroyed, it just changes. Is there a part of you that maybe still wonders even a tiny bit if you're where you're supposed to be right now? If your dream was real life and I were to pretend I was your ex, the reason it would make the most sense to me to be acting that way would be either that I had something to tell you but I didn't want to hurt you, or that I still loved you but its too late. I wouldn't worry about the feelings bit if you're happy with your current gf, our minds can be strange devices.
Posted Mon Feb 22, 2010 01:23 PM
Thanks for the advice.
Posted Mon Feb 22, 2010 01:58 PM