dream about enemyss..?
lately, for like the past week i’ve been having dreams about my enemys that they are my friends? please tell me what this means?
Answer by IrishEyes
Try looking this up at www.dreammoods.com. I have used this online dream dictionary on many occassions and it has been very accurate.
Answer by kevin y
You deep down think that they’re not really your enemies. This happens when you believe that whatever feud you have between you and your enemy is your fault. For example, you might have enemy because they said something mean to you but you don’t realize that some of your unconscious actions or wording might have provoked them to take the actions they took. Your conscious keeps track of things like that and I guess sometimes you can see that in your dreams.
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dreams about being pregnant?
i keep having dreams that im pregnant i dont want another baby i already have 2 and plus im getting my career together before i have another one and trying to get a house and all and im try to get back in shape and waiting until the kids get a lil bigger so what should i do???? is there any advise???
Answer by Unfinished Perfection
Well first of all, it’s just a dream not an order. You can ignore it if you want.
Also, in a lot of dream dictionaries, dreams about pregnancy often mean that you’re nurturing something and helping it get off the ground. This could be about your career or even your house. Or, it could be you’re enjoying your kids.
No matter what it is, it really doesn’t mean that you are or you have to get pregnant.
It’s just a dream. Take it how you want, but just remember, it’s just a dream 🙂
Answer by Erlin Exas
just do what you really think is the best for you.
Answer by towanda
Totally normal. Its your fear coming out in the form of a dream. I have lots of pregnant dreams and newborn baby dreams even though Ive had a hysterectomy and Im 48. Don’t worry about it but still continue to use effective birth control, Reminder the pill doesn’t work if you are on antibiotic.
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