Members MissingDaniel Posted October 11, 2013 Members Report Share Posted October 11, 2013 I have had very few dreams about my husband in the months since I lost him. I had a couple spaced pretty far apart, and in both dreams, he was dying and I knew it. My memories were vague, but I remember just feeling generally sad when I woke up and remembering bits and pieces. I wished that I could have a dream about him where he wasn't dying.Last night (this morning), I had another dream, but this one very vivid. This time, he had already died, but I was talking to him, to his spirit I guess. But it was like he was there right in front of me, and I was asking him to wait at the house and not leave until I had a chance to see him one more time, because I was afraid I wouldn't be able to find him again if he left. My mother was even there with me, and she asked him to please stay for me because I needed to see him again, and I was crying, and she was crying. And then I woke up and I WAS crying. It was just that quick, straight from the dream to opening my eyes and awake. And so real! I just laid there and cried. And I just can't shake it this morning. It left me feeling so raw and emotional - almost like I was losing him all over again. Hope I don't feel like this all day And of course, in the past, if I had a dream that bothered or upset me, it would have been him that I would have told about it, and who have helped me out of the funk - don't know who to talk to now.....just needed to get it out somehow. I don't know if my emotional state last night may have led to the dream, but I was watching that tribute to Cory Monteith on "Glee" last night, because I have felt really connected to that loss since it happened - he died pretty much exactly like my husband and was only a few years younger - and I was really emotional when I went to sleep. I had never even watched the show, but I just felt that I needed to watch that episode. Anyway, I've got to try to focus on work now and hope I can shake this sadness today. Best to all of you, and thanks for listening to me ramble. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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