I have recurring dreams. They are very strange. I guess some of them are common. I have looked some of them up on “dream analysis” web sites. What I have learned about myself isn’t pretty. But some of my readers might share these dream topics, and so I thought I would share my dreams and their meanings, in case you want to know yourself better.
Something terrible has happened, and you need to make an urgent phone call, but you keep getting the numbers wrong, and you have to start over: You need reading glasses. Also, you might have control issues. You are probably bossy and need to be taken down a peg.
You are in high school, and you forgot your textbook. But you can’t remember your locker combination. You have control issues. You are probably way too concerned with keeping all your ducks in a row. It is upsetting to you when something escapes your notice—like that dust on top of the ceiling fan that your son-in-law pointed out yesterday. You feel worried about how people perceive you.
You look down at your chest in a business meeting and realize that you are not wearing a blouse—or a bra. Just your boobs. You have control issues. You worry about how others perceive you. The fact that your daughter pointed out that you have some stray chin hairs yesterday has made you anxious.
Somebody is chasing you, but you can’t run for some reason. You saw that burglar alarm commercial one too many times. Plus, you have control issues.
You look in your living room, and there is a bear sitting on your sofa. Your husband has control issues. He remarked this morning that five cats is too many, and that you are absolutely crazy to want that dachshund puppy on Craigslist.
You are in front of a huge audience, standing behind a podium. They applaud wildly, and then look at you expectantly. You have absolutely nothing to say. You are worried that you are getting old and passe. Your kids don’t seem to listen to you when you give them advice. Your husband interrupts your conversation to insert one of his own remarks.
Good God, you have CONTROL ISSUES.