Feeling marginalised - dream dictionary
THE DREAM I am in the countryside. I am walking past some people. I hear a boy name - he is called Rugby (that's the name of a sport). I repeat the name because I find it funny. I am then trying to avoid these people but the mother makes a comment to me. She has misunderstood me and thinks I am weird and to be avoided.
GUESSWORK The dreamer was mentally ill and often had problems with people who thought him weird or unusual. This situation repeats his real life moments when he feels marginalised by other teenagers. The day before the dreamer was thinking about this type of situation.
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ASSOCIATIONS AND SYMBOLIC MEANINGS
1. MISJUDGED. The dreamers main emotion during the dream was a feeling that he was being misjudged. He felt that regularly in real life as people thought him unusual and he was often described as someone who did not fit in.
DREAM ANALYSIS In guesswork the dream was linked to the dreamers worries about how people see him. The dream deals with the following themes
- being seen as weird
If you weave together the different themes you find that they could capture these thoughts -"I always feel as if people think I am weird. I do not fit in and people misjudge me."
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