Ever dreamt you had sex with your ex? Your co-worker? Your boss?
What do you fantasize about at work? Indeed, a survey from the summer issue of Exec magazine finds that four out of five men and half of women daydream about having sex with a colleague--some having such erotic dreams every hour. Seven out of 10 dream about what they would say to their boss if they quit, while six out of 10 imagine themselves with some type of supernatural power such as mind reading, X-ray vision or invisibility.
Been having naughty dreams about a co-worker? Whether they make you blush or vomit, your co-worker dreams are not only common… understanding the dream is well worth your while because odds are, that dream is actually trying to help you improve yourself! Leslie, a 31 year old client of mine was having recurring dreams of having sex with a co-worker she could not stand.
If Freud is to be believed, every slip of the tongue or night terror is indicative of some sort of psychopathic tendency. Having a sex dream about your boss, for example, is a surefire way to never be able to look them in the eye ever again. However, if you can put into perspective how much it actually reflects your desires, you should be able to get through it. Much of what is known about sex dreams is anecdotal.
Ever wake up in a sweat after having an, uhm, inappropriate dream about someone in your life you really shouldn't be thinking about in that way? While we can't exactly say that it happens to all of us, a study done by the University of Montreal did find that of the 3, participants surveyed, about 20 percent of women and 14 percent of men have had sexual dreams about a person who was "off limits" to them in the waking world. If it's happened to you before, you know how awkward it can be to have to face the star of your dream in real life — and that uncomfortable moment is only magnified if that person happens to be your boss or your brother in law.
I mean, how could a nightmare about getting chased around by some doofus with knives for hands compare to the true horror of dreaming that you and your best friend are covered in lube and riding a sex swing together? And sex dreams can do more than just make our next IRL meeting with our dreamland partner uncomfortable. They can drive us nuts, as we struggle to figure out why we had a sex dream in the first place.
What the opposite sex dreams about Source:News Limited. A: You're unlikely to have crushes on all of your male colleagues, so the dreams certainly shouldn't be interpreted literally. Experts say the contents of our dreams is symbolic, and rarely means what it seems to on the surface.
If you've ever woken up in a cold sweat, panicking because you had a nightmare about work — like being fired, or showing up to at your desk naked, or forgetting about a big project — you're definitely not alone. According to a new study from SleepZoo64 percent of American adults have work-related nightmareswhich makes sense given how much time we all spend thinking and stressing about our jobs Of the nearly 2, people surveyed, 60 percent said they'd had dreams about having sex with a co-workerwhich, needless to say, can be a pretty uncomfortable experience.
We were getting hot and heavy in a McDonald's parking lot. My hair was as tousled as the bed sheets. This was good.