Originally Posted by Artisan78
First dream-Happened Sunday night-- Myself, my husband and two friends were out camping (picture alaska in the summer) and we were walking thru the woods and we saw a bear. I don't remember if we were hunting animals or photographing animals but my husband and two friends decided i should kill the bear and they left me there and went back to camp. Anyhow, the bear went to attack me and i did some weird ha-cha stuff and kicked him and hit his throat and killed it... the end.. (sorry so vague-that was all i could remember when i woke that morning)
Second dream-Happened Monday night--The dream started where myself, my husband, our 2 daughters and a couple other kids and our two small dogs were in our house and it caught fire. It was an intense heat type of fire. We could not get out, until i was able to break a window. I was able to get the kids out and the dogs but my husband didn't want to leave. (that is all i remember. i'm not sure if i got out or we both did)
Any clue??????? I'm kinda leery of what i'm gonna dream tonight... i will be sure to write it down also though.
Very deep down, I think you feel your husband isn't facing his own problems, or doing his active part in your family. Being a Mom means that you not only have the responsibility over your own life, but the lives of those around you too. You have no problem in taking on this level of responsibility, but you however seem to think its "all" falling on you, and not being divided amongst the two parents equally.
In your first dream in the wilderness;
"my husband and two friends decided i should kill the bear and they left me there and went back to camp
is a perfect example of exactly what's going on. The bear may represent a particular fear, challenge, or even daunting task at hand. The fact that you effectively 'killed' the bear on your own is a sign that you are not the one having problems.
"and they left me there and went back to camp"
In the second dream, it even came to the point where your entire house was burning down. And there you were, saving the family, getting everyone out. Even in those dire circumstances your husband didn't feel the need to react. This is just a subconscious projection that even if the house was burning down, you feel he wouldn't lift a finger.
My only solution is that you may need to consult him about the division of duties and tasks around the household. He needs to understand that you are a person to, and only have so much energy to go around.
"i did some weird ha-cha stuff"
LOL.... do you mean karate?