Lol, that explains my ex ENFP's behavior.... Interesting.I process a lot of the information I gather (including my own feelings) through my dreams - which are abstract at the best of times. Interestingly, as I am a writer, my dreams always seem to have a plot and direction.
If I overload on information during the day, my dreams tend to make my sleep restless so I wake up feeling like I haven't slept at all, but along with that it will also come with a solution/clarity on what I gathered.
I've started seeing this INTJ and because of the massive influx of information I take in around/about him, every so often I have to dissappear off his radar so that I can get a proper night's sleep lol.
Funny enough the same thing happened to my ENTP sister-in-law when she started seeing my INFJ brother.
OMG that made my night! ahaha. Oh dreams...We find a hideous looking fish on the beach, whose jaws are clenched tight for some reason, and decide to aid it. I’m with two people, who help me open the fish’s mouth while I brush it with salt, which seems to do the trick.
I think that too after I dream sometimes.Here's the most recent one
I was sitting in maths class, when the bell rang, signalling time for French class. When I made my way out of the door, I realised I did not recognise my school - it had completely changed; and my fellow students were all blank faces. Disconcerted, my friend and I made our way across the changing yard and into a different entrance. We entered into a sort of mall - there were shops amongst all the classrooms. My feet carried me into Thorntons, where I began to feel fright: the nuclear bombs were soon going off and we weren't in the shelter! I grabbed my friend (who had just stopped in the middle of the shop) and ran to the shelter, where everyone else would be. I remember being terrified of the inevitable death and destruction (our fucking shelter was just a house, yeah that was going to save us) but comforting myself with the fact that once I was dead, I was dead.
I had another dream. I was in my house which had gained a pool, for some reason. And everyone was watching American Idol or some crap like that. Meanwhile, I was in a group chat with some boy (who was hot) and Chloe Moretz. Yeah, idk. Anyway, I said something and they both were debating over it, yet my phone was running out of charge. I ran to my room, and my charger was on the roof. It was raining. I scrambled out of my window to get it, and it turned out my phone charger was a Portkey; which transported me to another bloody school. It fades after that...but I remember waking up (this is still in my dream) to my mother shouting that I was fat and useless, and that I was lazy if I didn't get up NOW. I don't think she'd ever say something like that?
...am I OK?
Most nightmares are frightening at the time and funny afterwards - yours sounds genuinely scary!I think that too after I dream sometimes.
One time I had a dream that I was the devil. Only I could see it and when I looked in the mirror I saw 6 black dot tattoos on the top of my forehead and no eyebrows. I was like a cross between a man and a woman and was bald. Somehow my best friend knew I was the devil, even though I was the only one that could see it. When I realized she knew, I strangled her, but she eventually got away. Then the devil left my body and was on the ceiling in this huge ominous laughing face shadow. I reached out to strangle it, but as I was strangling it I realized I was unable to breathe because I was also strangling myself in the process...
I woke up from that thinking wtf brain!
maybe you feel like you're left out of something your friends were doing- and that it was your own fault. either that, or this is your fear that you want to avoid.Nice idea
I was in a cabin in the woods with my friends. There was a lake by the side of the cabin, and my friends would go swimming in it. For some reason, I stayed in bed. I just stayed in bed miserable while my friends were swimming.
Fkn weird. Hopefully I'll have a better dream tonight...
Possibly. It's dawned on me that my friends and I - though close now - will inevitably drift as we age and leave school. Maybe I could be paranoid that I'll be left friendless when we all drift?maybe you feel like you're left out of something your friends were doing- and that it was your own fault. either that, or this is your fear that you want to avoid.
i remember i had a dream a few years ago- where i was in one of the sides in a war (life), and i had this dog which belonged to me. it kept running away from me, and sometimes pausing to greet other soldiers, but continuously running away from me before i could get to it; i felt this sense of loss. i looked it up in a "dream book" and it had "dog" listed as being representative of "friend". i realised it was representative of my best friend who i was losing now that i was travelling, and soon we'd be at different universities. i knew we'd grow apart, and felt a sense of loss, but at the same time, life was the warzone, and despite my loss that was the more important thing. i realised that's how i view life- and despite the fact that me and that friend are now estranged, i still see life the same way.
depends on your personalities, and how much effort you all put in afterward.Possibly. It's dawned on me that my friends and I - though close now - will inevitably drift as we age and leave school. Maybe I could be paranoid that I'll be left friendless when we all drift?