Our expert says:
Someone has boobed, causing me and you great inconvenience, and has opened this forum prematurely --- it was agreed it would stay closed until January 12th, and I have only discovered your message by accident.
What you describe sounds like part of the range of normal dreaming, except that if you are waking in a different room from where you went to sleep, this is presumably sleep-walking, which is inconvenient, and sometimes risky, depending on the layout of your home. Usually, a sleep-walker doesn't harm others, but they may fall and injure themselves. Best to see a good local shrink for a thorough assessment, and advice based on the findings of that
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