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  1. Alice Gerard

    I’ve had dreams that have felt real and I was shocked when I woke up. Some of those dreams were nightmares so it was a relief to wake up. Other dreams were not. I’ve seen my grandparents, my father, and my cats in my dreams. Then I wake up and I know that they aren’t there and I wonder why they are gone.

  2. Anna Smith

    You know I’ve had dreams like that about some family members that I haven’t seen in a long time or had no way of contacting. And I can so relate to the deep feeling of sorrow when you wake up and realize it was just a dream. I don’t know if this in any way will add to your post, but here’s a song I listen to when I feel sad: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Q7IJOYxAMo
    Blessings 🙂

  3. Elise Cohen Ho

    My dreams often seem very, very real. They are so interesting and revealing as to what I may be working through.

  4. Paul Taubman

    I have those dreams ever so often. While I really enjoy the company of my parents and spending the time with them, I usually wake up feel sad for them not being there with me in the physical world. Sometimes it would be a dream with BOTH my parents, and other times it might be just one of them.

  5. Sue Bride

    I sometimes have lovely dreams about my father. Those kind of dreams came virtually every night after he died when I was 13. The “nightmare” came when I woke up and realized it was just a dream.

    I don’t often remember dreams I woke up out of a bad one an hour ago. A pan wouldn’t fit on the stove top gas burner so I decided to swap the burners around. In the process the whole burner came off and gas was leaking. I grabbed the family and we ran out of the house. Then I woke up. I think it came about because we bought a replacement dishwasher last week which we installed ourselves. I was a concerned about making sure everything was tight enough so there weren’t any leaks.

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