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By Green, Saturday, August 02, 2008 06:28:07 PM
Aries, I was refering to Aidie and mistakenly wrote your name. Sorry about that. From your comment, I already assumed you are a guy. Aidie was talking about how someone lady had been calling her husband and that was what I was pointing out.
By Aries, Friday, August 01, 2008 04:23:53 PM
@Green: Just a small FYI, I'm a guy. Aries = The Ram = Male Sheep = Male. Don't worry about it though, it happens often. Also, I'm not married.
By Geraldine, Friday, August 01, 2008 11:47:13 AM
I Dream that my husband cheated with a mam ... need to know.i
By Green, Thursday, July 31, 2008 07:25:11 PM
Somni, if you read Aries' comment, you will realise that she mentioned that a lady was calling her husband, he had withdrawn from her and was coming home late. You really do not need dreams to tell you that the guy is cheating. I do not take dreams literally, but in my case, if I dream a man is cheating on me, in reality, he is actually cheating or about to start cheating. So I take those dreams seriously.
By Somni, Thursday, July 31, 2008 06:43:36 PM
Green, I think it's important to not jump to conclusions. Dreams can be interpreted so many ways, and it's important to look at how it relates to your real life before deciding on what it means. Perhaps you dreamt that because you were simply worried about it (for no reason). Perhaps you picked up on things subconsciously that suggested he was indeed cheating. Dreams shouldn't be taken as if they have one definitive meaning, but should help you better understand your real life feelings instead.
By Aries, Thursday, July 31, 2008 03:27:04 PM
@Green, which is just as bad as accusing them. Besides, you might see him talking to his sister/closest childhood friend/cousin/HIS MOTHER, and accuse him of cheating in your extreme paranoia. Yes, I've been accused of cheating by talking to a girl I haven't seen in 7 years. I promptly snogged her on the lips and said to my ex "Yes, I've been cheating on you, I'm bored with you, go away." Cruel? Yes. Deserved? Yes.
By Green, Thursday, July 31, 2008 11:41:24 AM
Aidie, I guess you have been clearly shown what is happening with your husband. What do you mean you do not have a way out. There is always a way out. The old saying goes... where there is a will there is a way... so find your way out. I would have left a long time ago if I was in your situation
By aidie, Wednesday, July 30, 2008 12:19:22 PM
I've had some extremely vivid dreams of my husband cheating on me. I see everything, even his private parts and in my dream I recognize them. He withdrew from me years ago, I'm stuck here for the moment with no way out. But the phone calls have stopped, and he comes home on time for a change. I'm waiting for her to start calling again. But the dreams every time I asked my guiding spirit if he was cheating would appear and extremely vivid. What's to deny right.
By Green, Wednesday, July 30, 2008 07:31:22 AM
Aries, I do not think those dreams are from paranoia at all. For people whose dreams usually come out true, I think having that dream is a kind of warning and should be taken seriously. I think it is wrong to accuse your partner just because you had that dream, but it would be a good idea to start watching him closely.
By Green, Tuesday, July 29, 2008 06:11:51 PM
While married to my first husband, I once dreamt that he was cheating on me and I was devastated in my dream. After we got divorced, I found out that he was actually cheating on me around the time I had the dream. So if I ever have a dream about my partner cheating on me again, I am sure going to take it very seriously.
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