DREAM DICTIONARY - Horrific :Read through the list of associations below as they will help you make associations. See if you can link anything to the dream. One context in which you might use the word "horrific" is in connection with an "announcement" (which is listed below in the associations). Your dream might link to an announcement that you have been worrying about. If you were thinking yesterday that "I fear telling my mother that I am pregnant" then clearly the dream could be about you worrying about that.
DREAM ASOCIATIONS AND KEYWORDS: announcement, hobbled, safe, cages, horrific month, bad health, ugly body, order, terrible pain, oppressive leader, shock, huge problem, terrible thought, awful situation, man-made monstrosity, terrible organization, unexpected, bad weekend, poor response, bad report
EXAMPLE DREAMSExample dream : A dream about a cat in horrific pain was caused by the dreamer thinking about a local boy who was murdered. This was an equally horrific crime which had shocked the dreamer.
Example dream : A dream where the dreamer was horrified by her daughter and fiance having a bath together was linked to the dreamers own history of sexual abuse. Her father had sexually abused her - now she was worried about the slightest problem. Her fiance did not like to be left alone with her daughter - he knew that the issue of abuse was something which dominated her thinking. He was in no way under suspicion - but the dreamer could not help being suspicious about abuse.
Example dream : A dream described as horrific symbolised a problem which was getting out of control. The dreamer now realised that action had to be taken
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