Nightmares; Their Meaning, Treatment Re Preppers

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  1. Pragmatist

    Pragmatist Master Survivalist
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    https://www.bbc.com/future/article/20210330-why-we-shouldnt-be-afraid-of-nightmares


    Good afternoon all,

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    This article is applicable to Preppers - and not necessarily during an emergency evac or disaster. Accelerated preparations can also generate nightmares.

    Important: [nightmares] ... "some vivid dreams help to process the emotions of the previous day". This processing does work well if one reads up a little on dream interpretation.

    Note a new type of view re nightmares: "If you fix the nightmare first, you can fix the other things that are happening [ ......]".
     
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  2. Dalewick

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    Thanks to PTSD, I learned how to lucid dream. I don't dream very often any more. Thankfully.

    Dale
     
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  3. lonewolf

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    I dont think I've ever had a nightmare, maybe as a kid but certainly nothing in my adult life but then I'm probably the most placid person one could know unless someone does something stupid, probably why I dont have much to do with the masses.
     
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  4. Dalewick

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    That must be nice. I never had one until after I left the Army. I sometimes wonder if I would have been better off as a farmer or an artist.
    No do overs or extra lives in real life.

    Dale
     
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  5. TexDanm

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    I don't have nightmares often at all but when I do they are always frustration based rather than fear based. I don't have many fears of things. My nightmares are nearly always about me trying to do something and it just keeps messing up over and over.

    I think that I don't have many fear dreams because when I was a kid my Dad had almost no patience with my fears. If I said that I was afraid of something he usually made me do it. At some level I refuse to admit my fears, even to myself, because to me admiting my fears results in having to face it and deal with it.
     
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