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April 24, 2019, 10:29:37 AM
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I have been with a guy for 6 years. We live together. The past year we seem to have more distance between us.
Our love making has dramatically ceased to almost non existent. I wear hearing aids and one night went to bed after him, and noticed he was moaning like he was having sex. I left my hearing aids on and listened for a long while. Yes, he was having a sex dream. And I have come to realize he has these just about every night. If I leave my hearing aids on, he usually starts 5 min after he gets in bed.
I approached him about this. He denies, and then says well I dont remember the dreams. I have even recorded as he is in such huge denial.
I have to say, I am pretty disturbed by this. Hurt. As we have no sex anymore hardly. Am I over reacting to this and letting something bother me that I shouldnt?

May 02, 2019, 06:11:27 PM
Reply #1


If he is asleep, he has no control of what he is dreaming of or what his actions are in those dreams, right?
He is not doing anything against you at all, so dont feel threatened by night dreams.
Maybe wake him up "during" one of his episodes and it will be fresh on his mind?

May 03, 2019, 06:41:24 AM
Reply #2



We don't control dreams, mostly.
But if it's a sex dream (wet dream if You will), then it's mostly generated by our energy.

This is my logical chain behind this.
You think that You are apart a bit, sexually. He sees it (he might not understand, but he sees it) and thinks the same.
But energy is still there and there is a possibility he wants some. So just go and f*ck his dreams out and be both happy.

Good luck!

Best regards,

P.S. Don't confront him about this. There is no need to feel ashamed of sex dream...


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