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Thank you--I agree!
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Anon_963 posted:
Thanks so much for you reply. Exactly what the therapist said. And my spouse too--a dream is just that--and it does no good to try to analyze it.
Since I rarely remember them anymore--except when they waken me and something troubles me--or as I said something 'pops' into my mind and I go--'that was in my dream'---so I was advised to say, 'it's just a dream and we can't control those' and 'let them go'!
So--with your relaxation advise and advise on dealing with unpleasant thoughts it has helped. thank you.
I'll do my best not to let them bother me---
I guess some folks 'minds' just tend to 'obsess' over things that are really nothing at all! anyway-----many thanks!
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