You are guilty of nothing by dreaming about or fantasizing about other men. There is a certain mourning that goes along with ending your time as a single lady. Just because you are in a relationship doesn't mean that you stop being human. Humans are sexual animals. You will never cease to notice hot dudes around you and find them making cameos in your nightly visions. That's just how we do.
So you want to be a better you this year, and have the life you say you want, the ever elusive dream. The dream that lingers year after year until you know if you don’t do something about it, you will simply fade into oblivion. Now the New Year is here! What will you do? Will you once again set intentions and resolutions only to be disappointed? Or will you set intentions and resolutions, create a plan and move into action.
I had a sensory overload last night – of the welcomed kind. The TSO (Trans-Siberian Orchestra) entertained me, enthralled me, and saturated every cell of my body with their holiday extravaganza. The rapturous music was accompanied by dazzling lights, psychedelic lasers, fog, and fire (the real, hot kind). Mother Nature must have been there, as we were sprinkled with snow flakes – the kind big enough to catch and feel a second of cold before the thaw. The kid in me wanted to stick out my tongue and run through the aisles catching every one.
We admit that Inception really made us use our thinking caps. We left the theater with a number of burning questions: What is real, how is Joseph Gordon-Levitt so gosh darn adorable, and most importantly... what does it mean when you dream about an ex?
I t’s not just men who have wet dreams—women have sex dreams too. Some dreams get so hot and heavy women can achieve orgasm; hopefully she remembers when she wakes up… Your ex is apart of your life and it’s natural for you to remember and reflect on any good sex you might have once had.
Where do you think you’ll be in 2015? Where would you like to be? Think about it carefully, thoughtfully. Drift into Possibility Thinking mode. Feels wonderful, right? One of the most precious gifts we’re given as human beings is our ability to create our own destiny or vision. It’s a crime that so many people never accept this gift. Others prefer to just give it away, making someone else responsible for it. Think about what you can get done in the next five years. The possibilities are endless, aren’t they? Think about where you were and what you were doing back in 2005. Look at what has changed since then. For most of us, quite a lot. I have a question for you… What are you thinking about doing right now that might take some time to come to make happen? Are you working on a degree or certification? Are you considering taking that dream vacation you’ve being dreaming about for so long? Do you want to change careers? Do you want to lose some weight?
If you've woken up in a cold sweat after experiencing one of these nightmares, it's probably not the first time, nor the last. A new study from the University of West England has found that women suffer from more frequent nightmares than men. The study categorized women's nightmares into three categories (fearful dreams, losing a loved one, or confusing dreams) and found that their reoccurring dreams tend to corroborate with real life trauma. Are women really damsels in distress or are we simply–dare I say–more emotional? According to the study, women do have more emotionally intense dreams than men. And she-dreams were reportedly less pleasant, with more misfortune, self-negativity and failure than he-dreams. Bleak!
Stop moaning, grossy. From Health Scout By Randy Dotinga THURSDAY, June 14 (HealthDay News) -- If your dreams are hot enough to burn the sheets, you've got company. A new Canadian survey, apparently the first of its kind in four decades, reports that 8 percent of dreams swirl around sexual situations. Men are much more likely to have fantasies about sex with imaginary people, while women prefer current or past sexual partners and celebrities. Women, meanwhile, report about as many sex dreams as men, a sharp contrast with previous research from the 1960s. "Men used to report many more sex dreams, twice as many as women, and we don't find that difference anymore," said study author Antonio Zadra, an associate professor of psychology at the University of Montreal. "Either women are having them more, or they're more likely to report them. Either way, it's interesting."