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Child Wants to Harm Me
My Child Wants to Harm Me
In the dream, I have two babies, a boy and a girl who are very small, only three or four inches. I put them into separate, small cribs and breastfeed them a lot. At one point I hold the boy and tell myself that he is my favorite. They grow up very quickly and the next thing I know, I’m sending them to school. The girl comes back from school with a boy whose dad tells me that she wants to leave me and be his kid; then she chases me. In the dream I breast fed her more than the my son yet felt bad for her because my son got his good looks from my husband, including his good hair, but my daughter had bad, dry hair. It felt that was part of why she hated me.
Embarrassed breastfeeding; betrayed when child turned on me.
Main Life Issues:
Difficult life and work circumstances.
Someone gives a lot to what they are responsible for, and feels bad when one part works out badly.
Child who betrays: The part of you that is a perfectionist and never feels like you’re measuring up.
Son gets good looks from husband: The strength part of you as a male quality that all women need.
Bad, dry hair: Negative thoughts; bad attitudes that come out of one's head; the part of yourself that is always down on self.
What it Means:
When a dream portrays extremes (good child, bad child), the message is about finding the middle ground. The child who turns on you is the part of you that knows nothing is perfect, and because you keep trying for what’s perfect, you engage in self rejection and inner put downs. She is the part of you that says: "If you love yourself, find balance".
Bottom Line: Nothing is perfect, especially people, so chasing after perfection can drive you bananas. The goal is to be whole and wholesome and to do one's best without guilt or fear. Pop psychology used to call that aiming for “good enough".
Wow, you really hit the nail on the head. Thanks so much. A recent situation constantly brings up self doubt and when that happens, I’d rather not do something then do it and fail or quit, which leaves me going back and forth.
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