Dreams Therapy

What do YOUR dreams mean? is a blog full of fun quizzes, memes, and toys that you can add to your blog. The quizzes cover a wide variety of interesting topics. Mostly just for fun, many of my quiz results are fascinatingly accurate. For example, here are my results for a quiz on dreams.

What Your Dreams Mean…

Your dreams seem to show that you’re a bit disturbed … but nothing serious.

You may have a problem that you’re trying to work out in your sleep.

You tend to be a very productive thinker.

Your dreams tend to reflect your insecurities.

You have a very vivid imagination and a rich creative mind.

What Do Your Dreams Mean?


I had a strange dream last night. My mother came to visit me. She told Aaron to make sure that I eat Chinese food once in awhile. I pulled Aaron aside and explained to him that she wasn’t accusing him of not feeding me; it was her way of telling him to take care of me. Then we were in my apartment, only it wasn’t my apartment; it was the apartment from that Marlo Thomas show “That Girl.” My mother’s luggage was sitting in the front doorway, but only half of it was there. My mother decided that she was going to leave a day early. I went out the front door to see my mother disappearing down the stairs. I was several floors up, and the stairs went down in a huge spiral around the center of the building. I never actually saw my mother. I called after her. Actually, I was yelling down the stairs for her to come back and stay with me.

Then, I felt Aaron’s arm go around me, and I woke up. This morning I asked Aaron if I was talking in my sleep and he said yes, a little bit.



Dream interpretation fascinates me. It seems very subjective to me though. What can be more personal than your dreams? I offer up only the really weird ones, or the very obvious ones, in therapy. There are still some things that I just cannot say to anybody, even my therapist.

The other night I had the strange experience, strange for me at least, of talking in my sleep. TWICE! Both times I was very angry in the dream and I woke up yelling something that was not very nice. The first time was around midnight, and my boyfriend heard me from downstairs in the family room. He even came upstairs to find out what was wrong. The second time was around 5 am. My boyfriend very gently called out my name to wake me up so that I would stop dreaming about the “mother-f***ing a**hole” that I was yelling at.

Obviously, I have some anger issues.