Very rarely are other people's dreams interesting...except when they're about sex. This week dream analyst Lauri Loewenberg tackles a cheating husband with a twist:
I too have been dreaming about my husband cheating on me lately. First (in the dreams) I'll realize that he's cheating on me and he seems unapologetic or at least unwilling to deal with me about it. But throughout the course of the dreams, somehow instead of a woman he's cheating with, it has turned out to be another man. It makes me both angrier and less bothered when I realize it. (I should also note that my husband has given me absolutely no reason whatsoever to EVER suspect that he's gay, and many of my gay guy friends agree, so it's not a real fear of mine.) Oh, and the last time I had this dream, I was also upset with him for making the choice to turn to a life of crime (in the dream). What does all of this mean?!?!
Does she have super-sensitive subconscious gaydar? Find out after the jump (right after you send us your own dreams!):
Lauri Loewenberg: I recently conducted a survey on my site, TheDreamZone.com, and had over 5,000 participants. You'll be comforted to know that "the cheating dream" came in as the number one most common dream...by a landslide! The main reason we so frequently dream that our mate is getting his or her pleasures elsewhere is not due to actual secret sexy time, but rather due to our mate giving his or her attention and affection to something that does not involve us...something that causes us to feel "cheated" out of our time together. In your case, hubby is not apologetic and is even hooking up with a man! These are two very big clues that he feels he has every right to give his affection and focus to this other element in his life AND it is something "manly," such as watching football with the guys or working late to bring home more bacon. Now, as for that life of crime, I'll assume there is no embezzling or prostitution rings he's dealing in. Most likely, it is because the time and attention he gives this other thing in his life is causing you to feel "robbed" of him and that's just plain "criminal!"
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