ok im embaressed and ashamed to admit it but lately i have been having dreams where i am the subconsious of a girl being raped. it freaks me out and am not really sure where to turn so i thought here would be a great start. they all start out where she (i) is with a group of friends and then it turns out to be a group of guys and well i dont want to go into great detail because it is hard to relive but she is raped repetedly until i cant stand the screaming anymore and wake up. at first i didnt want to tell my husband and then he realized i would wait way longer than him to go to bed and would wake up more frequently and asked me what was going on so i told him and all he said was okayyyyyyy! so he was no help. please im hoping someone can help me shed some light on why i am having these dreamsView Thread
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