By Anonymous - United Kingdom - Somerton
Today, I woke up following one of the worst nightmares of my life. I was sweating, clutching the sheets, and feeling sick to the stomach. I'd been dreaming of my wedding that's taking place next week. FML
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  perdix  |  29

I'm taking #1's side on this. Divorce is freaking expensive, so the OP ought to talk to her "finance" about whether to go forward with this doomed venture, or cut her losses while she can.

People need to listen to their subconscious minds!

  gigi1981  |  13

Lol, love that interpretstion Perdix; speaking from experience divorce is a costly venture and had I listened to my 'cold feet' I wouldn't have gotten married in the first place

  asherm  |  15

I agree! I wish I had listened to my instincts. My divorce wasn't very costly, no lawyers involved, agreement on both sides that we didn't want anything from each other, no kids. But the emotional cost was worse.

  rangerPat  |  12

56, I'm sure that if your marriage had succeeded you wouldn't be saying that your "cold feet" were right. As it was stated before, cold feet are simply nerves.

  djxerxes9000  |  18

I'll be honest I never got cold feet before marrying my wife. Not everyone gets them, however it is normal. Not sure how normal feverish dreams about getting married is though....

  fdupagain  |  11

69 my 3 year old had a fever dream a free days ago, it was much like night terrors except she actually woke up and was very frightened. A dream that is vivid and seems real, much like pregnancy dreams.

  ambitiousnygrl  |  17

Yeah, wedding jitters are very common and nightmares, upset stomach, etc. is perfectly normal. Talking to others (not your fiancee) about it should help OP. Give it a try! :)


I couldn't disagree more. Dreams. can sometimes relay messages from the sub conscience to a person, allowing them to be aware of some of the worries that were previously unknown. *The more you know*

  UberNova  |  18

33 - Dreams actually tend to be about what you did or thought about in that day, the idea of a subconcious and dreaming was the subconcious 'coming out' was the drug addict's hypothesis known as Freud. The more you 'actually' know.

  UberNova  |  18

They don't really have a meaning from what studies have shown, just processing information from that day. They also act out scenarios to better eqiup you incase you found yourself in that situation, like preparation. Function and reason is different from meaning.

  sens3sfailing  |  24

No studoes show that people can be different what a study shows. I have had dreams about an ex that I think I may still have some feelings for. in the dream we got back together. I havnt talked to her in months and don't plan on ever seeing her again because of the way things ended. point is. I know that dream was about how I feel towards her and wishful thinking. also, OP interpreted her dream as a nightmare, showing her true feelings toward the dream.

By  eddeeezzyy  |  19

Don't worry, OP, you'll be fine! It's just very high anxiety. Marriage is a beautiful thing, and I'm sure you'll be very happy in the end :) also, it's only just a dream.

By  perdix  |  29

Tonight, you'll have the beautiful fantasy dream of your annulment in a week and six months*

*the minimum interval of time you need to stay married to keep the wedding gifts.