1. A Dream I Had That Actually Intrigued Me To The Point

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1. A dream I had that actually intrigued me to the point where I had to write it down was dreamed only a few days ago. I was driving to Seattle and for some reason the route felt different. It felt as though I was in a maze and I eventually became lost. I then texted my friend Rob and realized that I was still in Spokane. I observed my surroundings and saw that I was no longer in my car, I was in an entirely different vehicle. I can’t recall what kind of vehicle it was, but I knew it wasn’t mine. Although it wasn’t my car, I for some reason didn’t care. I didn’t try to report it; I just knew I needed to go to Seattle. So I kept on driving and as I was passing a few people on the sidewalks, I remember they were looking at me strangely, as…show more content…
An ambitious and motivated individual who works hard to achieve what she wants. So the fact that I’m unsure of my future makes me feel a sense of shame. I do not want others to know it. In my dreams, the people I passed by looked at me with a strange look. I feel that represented that shame I have of not knowing where my future lies. 3. I felt embarrassed having to text my friend that I was in Seattle when I really wasn’t. I did not want him to know that I had made a mistake, because in his eyes he sees me as perfect. I want to keep it that way. All my life I had parents who had always made me feel as though I was incompetent, unintelligent, and that I can’t do anything right. If I say “I got an A on my paper” I usually get a “Why didn’t you get an A+?” or “Hey, I’m graduating in a few months’ mom. Aren’t you proud?” I’ll get a “Why don’t you have a master’s degree yet?” My parents like to put me down as opposed to giving me praises. So I think there’s this part of me that always has something to prove. I want to impress this friend of mine. I don’t want him to see me as incompetent and this part of my dream illustrated that perfectly. 4. Just about a week ago, I had sprained my ankle and now walk with a limp. It hurts to walk so I usually get a ride to school now a day. It’s been very difficult for me because it’s taking a lot longer to heal than I thought. Knowing that driving in Seattle can be like hell, and that I might have to do a lot of walking caused a bit

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