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I've had two extremely disturbing dreams the past couple of nights.
Involving my father.
This is very hard for me to talk about, for it's so vivid & realistic that I feel as though it has actually happened to me & I am quite traumatized.
Basically, the dream is, I am sleeping & my father somehow is in my room, he is always looking out the window & it's raining & pitch black outside. I wake up & he's standing right there yelling at me, talking to me about horrible sexual activities...& telling me what he wants me to do & all this disturbing crap about sex.
Another scary thing about this dream is I seem to swing in & out of being awake & asleep, almost like I'm dosed up on something & I can never tell if I'm dreaming this or if I'm actually awake. Which is what makes this so horrific. I honestly feel like I have been rapped & assaulted & I'm very scared.
I've cried over this because I can't actually decipher if it's a dream or not.
I don't know what to do!!! Please help!!!


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replied May 30th, 2008
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You can report your father to the police for sexual child abuse. The police will investigate if your father is really somehow abusing you.


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replied February 11th, 2009
I agree with Dr. Nikola, you can report this incident to the police and have your father interrogated. You can also tell this to your mother or your relatives. Good luck and always remember that God never sleeps.
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replied February 17th, 2009
I hope you are okay - I believe you need to see a someone, this is very distrubing - I don't know if the police can help much but contacting an abuse hotline is a good first step to helping you... i am not sure if this has happened but the fact that you are not sure is scary enough...

good luck friend
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