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I'm 13 and last night I had this strange dream of this girl I like. I've dreamed of her a couple of times before but all that happened was she'd sent me a text or something like that. Last night however, I can't really fully remember it but i was walking around in a garden with stone walls around it, and than she came out of a hedge. She told me to hide beside the hedge with her. One time I tried to get up I just fell down and for some reason she got on top of me (Not a sexual fantasy, well atleast not mostly one). After a while she disappeared. I don't remember anything else except that I saw in third person until she got ontop of me and it was first person.
I find this strange because I rarely dream of other people, and when I do theres always more than one person I can recognize. The strangest part of it though is that in the dream she looked just like she does in real life, but I didn't look like me. I've liked her since I met her in the beggining of the school year but like I said I've rarely dreamed of her. This dream was much different from the others, and had a much bigger impact on me when I woke up.
I hadn't seen her (Besides yesterday) since before christmas, and she looked different than I remembered her. She didn't seem to act that much different, but maybe my view of her was alienated since I didn't see her.
Anyways, why did I have such a different dream when nothing important happened?

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Hi Brad,

There's numerous reasons why you could be dreaming about her now - our subonscious can be a wacky place. You could have eaten something (cheese usually brings on odd dreams for me), listened to a song that triggered something, read something etc etc

There are any number of reasons why you could have had a dream about her now. [Smile]

Is there anything else about this situation you wanted to ask, is there anything bothering you about it?

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Well, I guess it's just that I've never had a dream like that before. It felt kind of strange, it doesn't seem like I like her anymore now than I did before. But I just feel different now than I did even just yesterday, and not only about her. It feels like that dream was a wake-up call for something.

Thanks for the help

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Welcome to Scarleteen Brad,

Your dream doesn’t surprise me. At your age are going through a lot of changes in you life, physically and even more so emotionally, which are bringing up a lot of questions and curiosities about many things. Dreams are a great way for your subconscious to explore things in a safe way and they do not usually make sense to your conscious mind when you wake up. You said that maybe your dream felt like it was a kind of wake-up call; maybe there is a chance that your dream was exploring the possibility of getting to know her a little bit better? Let us know if there is anything you would like to talk about. [Smile]


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