I've been having strange dreams and they keep haunting me! A few weeks back, I had a dream about a guy from church, whom I really never thought was my type. And yesterday, it was Matt Rogers. Yes, in all seriousness, the guy from American Idol! You'll probably say I watch too much TV, but the problem is I don't think very much of this guy either!
What really bugs me is that I'm happily in a relationship with a very sweet guy for over 5 years, and I don't understand why these dreams keep bugging me. They just keep lingering in my head. Does this mean I am missing this passion in my every day life? Should I go look for the passion in my dreams instead???
Sincerely, Lost In My Dreams
Dear Lost in your dreams,
If you are having a happy relationship with a person for five years and are satisfied - be happy. This Matt is only an image on the TV - he's on - he's off. Many people have dreams about people or events and when they wake up they will laugh or tell their friends about their kookie dream and have some fun with it. If you are happy with things the way they are - just enjoy!
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