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An_253753 posted:
Hi, I'm a 17 year old girl looking for some answers. I will start off by saying for the past week i have been having nightmares which are causing me to wake up at 3 am on the dot, no later and no earlier. When I wake up I'm covered in sweat and crying and screaming.

In my dream its pitch black but there is a little bright light in the distance. I'm in someone else's body. She's an old lady with long hair and wrinkly skin. nothing happens but her laughing and then she screams and thats when I wake up at 3am also screaming and covered in sweat.

Someone help me figure out what it means please.
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lukeperry responded:
Hi honey,

I'm truly sorry that this is happening to you but I can assure you it has nothing to do with the devil. What has changed in your life recently? Have you moved, hard time at school, home, friends or boyfriend? All you have to do is say,"God, I'm so scared, please help me not to be afraid and please pick out a psychologist for me to go to for help. He can help you find the root of your night terrors. They can be caused by something in your childhood(that you forgot). They can be a short period where your having nightmares, that will end soon. Only a qualified physician will be able to help. God bless and keep you. In the meantime, say this simple prayer," God, please let me feel your presence right beside me, then I won't be able to fear anything." I promise, he's as close to you right now that you could touch him, if he had a physical body.


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