Dreaming about being cheated on or cheating on your lover can be very upsetting. However, dreams are not usually based in fact, thank goodness. Rather cheating dreams may be triggered by: yours or someone else’s life experience, fears, plus other emotions, a movie you watched, and much more.
Do you know that interpreting a dream can be compared to putting together a puzzle? Sometimes, you’re lucky enough, in the beginning to have some of the jigsaw puzzle put together, while other times you don’t even have the border of the puzzle done.
How do you feel when a person you’re not interested in expresses an unwanted affection or sexual advance? Emotions could range from ego trip to disgust. Those feelings are magnified when you dream about a man or woman making a proposition for sex.
Did you know that your dreams illustrate not only the state of your love life, but also the issues that must be overcome? This is why it’s so important to journal your dreams and learn how to do dream interpretation to comprehend your unique dream meanings. In the video below, I will read a dream from my book Learn the Secret Language of Dreams that highlights this point.
Dreams you have while sleeping that give solutions to your relationship obstacles.
You can get answers to the following questions:
Whether you are in a committed relationship or married, having a dream about your partner cheating on you will trigger an array of emotions, although so would a dream about you two-timing on your mate. Should these dreams be taken literally? Read the following three dream meanings to help you decide.
I wrote a blog on the 12 Benefits of Dream Interpretation. One benefit was gigantic, which was as follows:
Here’s an enormous bonus of learning the secret language of dreams – you will have better relationships and a happier love life. Your dreams give warnings about people who are toxic to your health, red flags concerning a potential mate, the “right one” to have a love relationship with, tips to resolve issues, and ideas on how to continue harmony in the relationship.
Afterwards, I thought to myself, hmm, that would be an excellent Facebook Live presentation. Some of you may not desire to watch the video; therefore, I wrote the six main points below the video.
What an experience it was using BeLive.tv for the first time on Facebook Live based on my most popular blog yet, “Why am I dreaming of My Ex?” My friend and colleague, Tiffany White suggested using BeLive.tv since it has perks that Facebook Live doesn’t have. Tiffany uses it all the time for her Goldylocks Production radio and television shows.
I schedule the show, got a confirmation from BeLive.tv, which also asked if I had any questions. My question was if I could share the post from Pamela Cummins Author business page to my personal page while it was live. They responded, “Yes.”
My clientele ask me the blog title’s question quite often. If you broke up with someone recently or even a couple of years ago, it makes sense that you would dream about them. What truly baffles my clients are when they dream of an ex-lover from decades ago. Our dreams often help us process feelings, thoughts, as well as our true heart’s desire, which we are either in denial about or too busy during the day to acknowledge. Dreaming about an ex-mate is helping you heal.
Did you know that your dreams of the nighttime can help you with finding the right one by warning you about the wrong ones? We all know that dating or as my niece calls it “they are talking” can be a hassle, disappointing, or a nightmare! Ta dah, dream interpretation to the rescue. That’s right, your dreams can give major clues and insights whether this person is worth pursuing, red flags in the relationship, or potential danger.
Red Flag Dreams
One client told me of a dream where a man she was dating denied he was drinking a beer, yet he smelled of beer and behaved like he was drunk. Her dream was warning her that he wasn’t honest and probably had addiction issues.