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I’m coming clean and you are the first to know. If you are a frequent Dating Dementia reader, you’ll recall that I seldom remember my dreams.  Scientists have established that everyone dreams.  I’m sure I do.  Yet, for some unknown reason, upon waking I remember nothing about the weird wanderings of my midnight mind. Ignorance […]

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If you’ve been reading my blog for awhile, you know that I’m a bit obsessed with dreams.  Sure, the experts all say that everyone dreams, but for whatever reason I rarely could tell you about one.  I simply don’t remember mine. Which leads me to last week. I overslept on Wednesday and when I did […]

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Last night I repeated the mantra: “I will have pleasant dreams and remember them upon waking,” and this time it worked like a charm.  That’s the good news.  The not-so-great part is that my dream — which involved two dear friends — was not so charming. In my real life, one friend is coming to […]

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Earlier this week, I wrote about dreams and the fact that I seldom remember any of mine.  I’m curious about why I don’t and what I can do to recall my night- time cognitive wanderings. Nothing has really changed, but I’m hopeful that I’ll have some good dreams to share very soon.  A girlfriend who […]

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The other morning my daughter woke up very upset.  Lizzy had had a horrible dream, and although she couldn’t remember the details, she knew it was disturbing. I’m always interested in other people’s dreams because I rarely remember any of mine. Usually I love to hear about what other people dreams.  My family because my […]

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