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10 Relationship Dreams & Their Meanings
There's nothing worse than waking up in the morning after having a bad dream especially if the subject matter of that bad dream hits close to home. If you're in a relationship, having dreams your partner is cheating can be super upsetting, even if there's no doubt in your waking mind that your partner is faithful.
How dreams about your partner can spell trouble ahead
The next morning you look over at the jackal who so enthusiastically wounded you the night before, and think, the fuck if I'm getting him a coffee this morning. But now science has your back. That validating gem comes courtesy of lead researcher Dylan Selterman at the University of Maryland, who conducted a study of 61 people's relationships between their dreams and their, well, relationships. He had them keep dream journals for a few weeks, and log their activities, and measure the quality of their relationships. The folks in the study were 17 to 42 in age, and were all in committed relationships that had gone on at least six months. He found that dreams have a "predictive value" in terms of their impact on the relationship.
Dreams about your partner can be amazing, or they can be nightmares. Have you ever woken up from a terrible dream that involved your love, completely panicked and convinced the dream will mirror real life?
This morning I woke up as I normally do, hitting snooze five times while contemplating the actual necessity of taking a shower when suddenly I remembered what happened to me while I was sleeping. My wife dream-cheated on me. I shot up and glared angrily at this woman who was laying beside me as she slept peacefully in her cut off T-shirt and boxer shorts. How could she do this to me? She rolled over to put her arm around me, opening her eyes just enough to see the look of angst and heartbreak written all over my face as I continued to send piercing glares in her direction.
By Tom Leonard. Ancient Asian tribes thought that if you wrote down your bad dreams on clay tablets and threw them in a river, they would be banished for ever. People who dream of murder tend to be introverted, less agreeable but more open to experience, according to a German study. Dream researchers said this could be because they bottle up their emotions when awake. Now, however, the most comprehensive study of the phenomenon ever undertaken has cast a new light on the terrors that haunt our night-time hours. The survey where respondents kept diaries about almost 10, dreams revealed men and women have their sleep disturbed by very different torments.
By Richard Gray , Science Correspondent. It seems your other half may have dreamt about having an argument with you or even imagined that you were unfaithful to them during their sleep. Psychologists have now confirmed that these dreams can lead to more rows and reduced intimacy between couples the following day. It is the first scientific example of how dreams can directly affect human behaviour during the day. Dreams: the gender divide in the dead of night.