Do you still have nightmares?

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Do you still have nightmares?

Postby ET » Sun Sep 13, 2009 10:48 am

I just wondered, as I had one last night. Mine are very infrequent now, but last night I was running around the Queensgate buildings, sometimes in my school uniform (as a child) and sometimes as a naked adult, desperately trying not to be seen by the many adults and children I could hear around the building. Not nice to wake up from that. It's the first one I've had in ages, but I wondering if anyone else still suffers from these 20-odd years after leaving?
Pupil at St James Girl's School from 1979-1989, from age 4-14. Parents ex-members of SES.

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Re: Do you still have nightmares?

Postby bluegreen » Sun Sep 13, 2009 11:35 am

My dreams very often include the back stairs at 90 or 91 and the basements and other bits of those 2 buildings. And in my dreams almost every night of my life I am running, flying, fleeing away from something. It's exhausting!
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Re: Do you still have nightmares?

Postby ET » Mon Sep 14, 2009 9:53 am

I know what you mean, bluegreen. My partner and I often joke about how I never seem to have a happy dream. Even ones about pleasant situations tend to have a note of menace in them somewhere. Mind you, maybe I just don't remember the happy ones!
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Re: Do you still have nightmares?

Postby bluegreen » Mon Sep 14, 2009 3:22 pm

It was funny reading about those stairs and basements in Clara's book because it was just like one of my recurring dreams. Same as you ET always menacing dreams.
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