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    Disturbing Dream about my fathers passing on Tuesday night (1/14)

    by , 01-17-2020 at 02:22 AM (79 Views)
    On Tuesday night, I had really disturbing dream I have from time to time about my fathers passing this summer. This is the first time I have had this dream since before Christmas.

    The dream starts with me driving my SUV rushing to get to the hospital because my father has had a few setbacks and my not survive.

    I get to the hospital and spend the day with him and other family members. He is still lucid and carrying on converstations with all of us. During the day, we have several scares where his vitals drop to dangerous levels but they keep bouncing back.

    My uncle and I decide to spend the night at the hospital with him since his vitals are still not stable for long periods of time.

    Everything seems to be going ok for the first few hours and then around 11PM they start dropping out of control and the doctors tell my uncle and I we need to let the rest of the family know.

    I wake up form this dream when I am pulling out my cell phone to call my mom and let her know dad has taken a turn for the worse and she needs to get to the hospital.

    I did not have this dream recur last night (1/15). I normally go a long time between when it recurs and hope that continues to happen since it is so disturbing and reminds me of the worse night of my life.

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    1. Lang's Avatar
      Did you ever discuss these dreams with your family or your significant other?? Perhaps you need to let your family know how much you love them? Losing a family member will cause you to grow up, as you are no longer leaning on someone for support.