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Joanna Poppink, MFT
Eating Disorder Recovery Psychotherapist
serving Arizona, California, Florida, Oregon and Utah.
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Hi Spazzy bobs, Can you remember what was going on in your life at the time and fairly soon after? From how you use words in your comment I wonder if some new awareness and then some new way of living was getting ready to creash down on you. The wave dream can feel like a nightmare, but it's more of a signal that great change is occurring in your psyche. That change will bring changes to your life. It's not about seeing into the future, although it can feel like that sometimes. It's about being on the verge of waking up. Once you wake up and see what you couldn't while you were asleep, you make decisions differently. You respond differently. And your life changes. For example, your unconscious knows you are going to really move into eating disorder recovery before you are consciously aware of your decision. Many women I've seen in my private practice report the big wave dream before they know they are about to make a big shift in their lives. Did that happen for you?

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