Question of the day

Do you dream? If you do do you remember your dreams? Are they vivid?

My dreams are mostly vivid. sometimes I have night terrors and nightmares. I always almost always remember my dreams.
I hate that. I’d rather not remember them.
How about you?


Author: Carol Anne

I am a woman in my mid 30's. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

34 thoughts on “Question of the day”

  1. I have very vivid and often intense dreams. Intense both in a bad and good sense. When I have good dreams, they’re absolutely sweet and lovely, but when I have nightmares, night terrors, or just bad dreams, they’re usually very bad. And yeah, I usually remember my dreams well too, almost after every night I can remember at least something, and with nightmares it’s obviously awful. I often have rather weird dreams, which I can’t classify neither as good nor bad, but they’re really weird and intricative and even if I remember them well, I hardly ever can understand what they actually were about, so complex and weird they can be, which is sometimes funny.


  2. Well my dreams are mostly vivid and pointless but the dreams my cousin has are embarrassing, not for herself but for other people. Like one time she got me married to someone else’s finance and gifted me a jar filled with peanuts😂


      1. Guess what we qualified for the second round which is gonna start in a few minutes. Thanks for ur support Carol.❤


  3. I do dream and sometimes they’re odd dreams, but more often the dreams seem to relate to my insecurities or something I’m having trouble dealing with


      1. Me too ,and most of them I know aren’t true but my mind just won’t let me believe it. Until I’m manic and then I think I’m superwoman


  4. I dream every night. If I think about the dream when I get up, I can usually remember it later. About once a month I remember lucid dreaming, it is so cool being able to control the dream while it’s happening. Most of my dreams are good, but the bad ones and night terrors are pretty brutal. Fortunately they rarely happen, or I don’t remember them well.


  5. Back in university, I took a course on understanding dreams, and ever since have recorded and work with my dreams. They are a source of guidance and wisdom, and very personal. Much of my poetry stems from my dream work.


  6. I don’t remember most dreams but the ones I do remember are fairly vivid. I think it’s strange that I’m totally blind but when I’m dreaming most of the time, I can see. I don’t think I see things properly in my dreams because I can only see what I already know. For example, I don’t see people the way sighted people see them. Only see them the way I felt them in real life. I have also felt trees and grass in real life, but due to the fact that I don’t see anything around me, I can only detect them the way I feel them in my dreams, so send them is blurry, like seeing an incomplete picture. It’s really hard to describe actually! Lol


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