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Dreams are whacked naturally. In most my dreams i am late teens, can fly, at my grandparents home and my fave dog is alive. How about you? What consistency is more often there then not?
typoquene typoquene 41-45, F 9 Answers Apr 10, 2010

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i'm usually my age, look the same i think, but i can do awesome stunts, like all kinds of flips, twists, balancing acts, running really fast, jumping really high...I'm always doing active things like that in my dream when I'm happy :)

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My dream self is usually the current version of me. Although the "era" of the dream may change.<br />
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Dreams usually take place either at my childhood home or at my grandparent's home. Occasionally, in other parts of my town that I am really familiar with.<br />
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However I have had dreams where I "play" other characters. It is still "me" but I'm living in someone else's world.

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I don't know coz I've never seen myself in my dreams. But I think I'm the same age, only in different places or time like past (highschool or college days) and future? One time I dreamed that I was already with my husband, who was actually a handsome stranger to me. I'm not yet married though. Yeah, dreams are weird.

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I'm always in my younger years; thin, pretty, and clueless. There's always someone very attracted to me too in my dreams. Silly dreams from an exciting time of life that had endless possibilities. <br />
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I never feel sad when I awake. I just feel a refreshed sense of what a young girl feels when her life is just beginning.

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I am always me, same person, same age, often I am at a different home

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I'm me.... other people can change etc... but I'm as I am now.... sounds like you have 'issues'

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most of the time I am not even from this planet or universe but everyone still chases me

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Im always at my current age, only my hair is longer, how it used to be

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