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I Really Want Them Back ...

For at least six months, it feels like I stopped dreaming.  Waking up to the tv I left on the night before or the phone would explain not being able to take the time to remember a dream, but even if it's dead quiet when I awake, I can't remember a thing.  And it's always an abrupt awakening.  I'll dream so that I'll know I have again, I know I will, it will be interesting to see what it's about ...

gottaBhappy gottaBhappy 51-55, M 5 Responses Feb 7, 2009

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Dreams are always fleeting images anyway ...

To even remember a hint of what I'm dreaming about these days would be a treat ... and if I'm in denial as well, swan ... it would be denying I'm in denial ... haha ... but seriously, I always try to be upfront and honest with everybody, including myself ... I know there has got to be a good reason why I can't remember, but I probably won't figure it out until I dream again, then notice what in my life has changed ... if that makes any sense ...

I have the same problem and it is irritating. I can only remember little bits. I think it is my denial kicking in.

Yeah isn't that how it seems to go. I noticed first a couple months ago and didn't give it much thought. I'm not stressed about it, but it makes me wonder if I've been trying too hard to remember, and that's the problem ... of course one day I'll remember one ... it just seems they've been taken away from me for a while ;) ...

I have the exact same problem. A friend suggested that I start keeping a journal. Since I've started the journal, I now know that I dream, I still can't remember what I dream about though.