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  1. Hmm, you describe very interesting dreams – quite rarely their center is emotions, especially falling in love.

    I assume that during sleep, our brain processes all the impressions received during the day, running through different variants of the emotional response to these stimuli, ultimately choosing the one that is more consistent with the system of values and principles underlying our character at the moment.

    That is, the events of the whole day are scrolled many times by the brain, which is looking for an answer to the question “How do I feel about this (person, event, phenomenon)?”.

    We usually remember something that strongly contradicts our actual behavior, which often reveals our hidden emotions or suppressed desires. So if we have nightmares and wake up in a cold sweat, it most likely means that there is some very frightening element in our life (abusive relationships, upcoming career choice, symptom of a serious illness) that we push out of consciousness, pushing the fear deeper.

    In your case, we are talking (most likely) about the repressed potential of love, about the unmet need to fall in love, and perhaps just a huge lack of positive emotions (longing for endorphins and dopamines), which the brain tries to compensate for by throwing love stories to you in a dream.

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