Teeth in My Hands, Not in My Head

by Julian
(Texas)

In woke up from another nightmare about my teeth falling out of my mouth. I was was so frightened, I grabbed my phone and had to look it up at 4:30 in the morning.

Of course, not until I checked my teeth in the mirror. Your explanation was right on the money.
I can definately look at anxiety and fear of abandonment in my waking life. My wife, whom I've been with with for nearly 20 years is living with her mom and there is a possibility of divorce. I'm not proud to say it, but I can see how this is directly related to this nightmare.

In my dream, my front tooth falls out, then the other and then two more on each side if my incisors. It felt like dominos falling one after the other. I was with my parents and about to attend a family event when my teeth where falling out.

Waking up to find my teeth were still in my mouth was one of the happiest moments I have had in about 6 weeks.

Thank you for your website. It put me a little at ease.

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