Our expert says:
So these dreams are based on your fear and lack of self-confidence, rather than on real events or real risks. I'm surprised that your apparent therapy with a psychologist, dealing with your jealousy issues, seems to have been so ineffective. Or maybe it simply stopped too soon, before you had truly completed the needed work ? What might work would indeed be CBT ( Cognitive-Behaviour Therapy )
And Maria's suggestion is useful - dreams can be surprisingly plastic. You probably expect exactly this sort of defeating dream as you fall asleep, and your mind obliges. Instead, as you fall asleep, picture a happier ending, with your husband laughing at these other silly women, and rejecting them.
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