So... whats up with those "nightmares"...

Discussion in 'Suicidal Thoughts and Feelings' started by Summer.Rain, Apr 29, 2016.

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  1. Summer.Rain

    Summer.Rain Well-Known Member

    Usually its very difficult to effect me so deeply that I'm terrified.
    After several suicide attempts, and a very liberal approach towards life and afterlife, I sort of stopped fearing pretty much anything, yet for some reason my brain tries to, well I'm sort of having nightmares.
    Now thing is that I know that dreams are suppose to be the way that our brain uses to heal itself,
    but I just cant help but wonder how the F$# my brain heals itself with this crap, which is not even scary,
    only makes me wake up all angry... or sad or even somewhat happy...
     
  2. sahel

    sahel SF Supporter

    I am sorry about having nightmares and your attempts, it's frustrating when you get up because of a nightmare. But I am very glad that you are here now:) >>Hugs for you<<
    Sometimes dreams have roots in certain events in the past, I am not sure why our subconscious remember those, and why do they come in shape of dreams, but I don't think any dreams are for healing our brain. (I maybe wrong it's just my thought/feeling, haven't read abut it)
    Is it possible for you to talk about them with a specialist (There are some specialist who work on dreams) or to have any sort of therapy to about them?
     
  3. Summer.Rain

    Summer.Rain Well-Known Member

    sahel thank you for the reply
    yeah it is possible to talk about it with a specialist, unfortunately I am pretty broke right now so I cant afford much
    but I guess that I can find the money for a "dream specialist" one time session, problem is that many of those are frauds, just have to find a legit one
     
  4. ThePhantomLady

    ThePhantomLady Safety and Support SF Supporter

    Sorry to hear you are having nightmares. That is never fun!

    Like Sahel said nightmares often have roots in past events but can also be rooted in your worries and concerns...

    Therapy Could help you work through those things
     
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