Anxiety dreams can help you determine what you unconsciously want for yourself. My anx...
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...ger brother. Witnessing the death of her brother and mom may have symbolized her wanting to be rid of the responsibilities of having to care for them. Her fleeing from her house in the dream may also have represented her anxiety of desiring to move out.
A dream analysis may help people become aware of their unconscious desires and fears. With this awareness, people can decide how they want to deal with their issues, which in turn may help to alleviate their stresses and desires that may be causing their anxiety dreams.
Freud, Sigmund, and James Strachey. "THE SCIENTIFIC LITERATURE DEALING WITH THE PROBLEMS OF DREAMS¹." The Interpretation of Dreams. New York: Basic, 2010. 35+. Print.
Freud, Sigmund. "The Oedipus Complex." A World of Ideas: Essential Readings for College Writers. Ed. Lee Jacobus. Boston: Bedford/St. Martin's, 2002. 475-84. Print.
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