Q&A: It told me that it “means a situation hasnt been confronted or resolved”?

Question by Ashleigh(:: It told me that it “means a situation hasnt been confronted or resolved”?
I keep having the same dreams.
And I went to a site that told me it means:
“Dreams that recur (or repeat themselves) is a clear indication that some issue is not being confronted or that it has not yet been resolved. Your anxieties about a certain situation that you are struggling with may also cause you to have recurring dreams.”
So do you think that means[since I have been having dreams about being with 2 boys I like]I should confront the guys about it and tell them I like them for more than just a good friend?
Youre saying “resolve the problem”
but there isnt a problem?

Best answer:

Answer by monkseeker44
You’re thinking about it in a fairly narrow-minded perspective – i believe the site refers to how you have not yet come to terms with what it is that you’re dreaming about, that perhaps you refuse to acknowledge it.

You don’t have to confront them, but it isn’t the only way to resolve the problem – if indeed you see it as a problem, of course.

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1 thought on “Q&A: It told me that it “means a situation hasnt been confronted or resolved”?

  1. No, you misunderstood it. It meant to say that you have been neglecting this issue about the two guys that you like. You’ve been trying to not think about the issue, and you’ve been saying, I’ll deal with it later, no reason to think about it right now. So what you should do is think about it for a while, see who you might like more, what would it be like with each of them, or just think about them and everything you like about them. And try to resolve the problem.

    If there isn’t a problem, then what’s the problem? I mean you asked a question..

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