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By sweetdreams - / Sunday 18 September 2016 06:39 / United States - New York
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By  Rozay333  |  30

Something similar happened to me except I, being half asleep and half dreaming still, punched my boyfriend in the face but couldnt stop myself. Its pretty funny when I think of it now but I felt bad lol.

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By  Rozay333  |  30

Something similar happened to me except I, being half asleep and half dreaming still, punched my boyfriend in the face but couldnt stop myself. Its pretty funny when I think of it now but I felt bad lol.

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  domolovesyoshi  |  33

Dreams like this a actually quite common and the brains way of working out some subconscious issues. As for not realising you were dreaming at first is also pretty common at least for me it is

By  lozzarah  |  2

I've done similar. Woke my husband up because I couldn't feel my arm. Woke him up crying another night because I thought he'd rolled onto our then newborn (now 3yo). Turned out she was still in her cot sound asleep.

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  sturschaedel  |  27

Woah, I've all but forgotten about the nightmares I've had with both our newborns during the nights, waking up out of nowhere, panicking they might be dead, when really they were perfectly fine. As if you aren't awake often enough as it is when they are hungry. Those hormones can sure do a number on you. *shudders*

By  LyricaSilvan  |  29

I had a dream kinda like that once, when I was a kid. Dreamt I was covered in millions of little spiders and woke up bawling because I was terrified of spiders. It was awful.

By  momogal  |  22

I have those dreams sometimes. Usually about a spider or snake. I always jump out of bed to turn on my light, then strip my bed to double check that it was just a dream.

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