First, I would like to thank everyone for their replies! It is great knowing that there might be a solution out there somewhere!
reply to post by tatersalad
I have taken some melatonin on occasions when I feel like I need to get to sleep quickly, but maybe one night or two a month. The problem is, many
sleep aids make dreams and nightmares more vivid.
reply to post by Sonya610
Not going off of any medications either, should have said that in my post I guess.
As for trying to put good dreams in my head, my boyfriend reminds me almost every night that I should dream about kittens or something equally cute
and fluffy to try to help.(too bad i never do, i would love to dream about kittens!
reply to post by chapter29
Nope. No owed money, nothing new in terms of situations with people, no new things that I have to deal with.
reply to post by amatrine
The problem is that it started maybe a day or two before I left the place I had been staying at for barely a month, then I was back at the home i had
lived with my mom in for almost a year beforehand for about a month and a half. All my bedroom furniture including my bed, pillows, blankets,
comforting things are here too. I feel more at home here than I have pretty much anywhere.
reply to post by Gigatronix
I thought I had stated that they werent usually similar, I just had had a couple that were somewhat related, but here it is again. These aren't
really "recurring" nightmares, as they are never the same situation, rarely have the same people involved, never really in the same place either.
The only part that is repetitive is the fact that they scare me.
There is something that I am trying a bit to deal with, but it would more be the opposite, me trying to find something etc etc, I don't exactly want
to go into it here but I have been working on it, and also it wasn't a problem or even existant when these started.
I can try your eating suggestion maybe though (im a bit of a kid when it comes to eating still. Too many years of eating what was put in front of me
leads to a lot of chips, and a recent newfound love for frootloops)
reply to post by Bringer
Same here in the past, I didn't remember anything, maybe one a month would stick with me just because I was woken in the middle of it or something.
These just kindof hit me all of a sudden, I never used to remember my dreams until the last few months.
reply to post by PurpleIvy
Well, this has been in 3 separate homes, one of which I did just fine in for at least 6 months, more like 9ish I guess, so I doubt it is that. I have
no experience with supernatural things, aside from tv shows and reading too much ATS haha.
Thanks again everyone, I will be back tomorrow morning, if I have a nightmare I'll get right on writing it up for you guys. If nothing else, it will
give everyone something to read, as this site has given me so many times!