Dream about Husband Being Beaten

Dream about husband being beaten is a warning alert for hidden weaknesses, fears and lack of self-confidence. You may be too brash and abrasive. You are not ready to move forward and need to take a step back. Your dream points at a dead-end. You need to take it easy and not be too hard on yourself.

Husband being beaten is an alert for your need to be more grounded or down to earth. Something you value is being washed down the drain. You are being too hard on yourself, especially if a situation was out of your control. Your dream is a warning alert for a situation that is potentially dangerous or a relationship where you are getting burned. You are not giving an important task your full attention.

Husband being beaten in dream is a warning signal for some tension or stress in your life. You are trying to hide something that you find repulsive or that others may find unappealing. You have let the genie out of the bottle and are unable to control the consequences. Your dream represents fallen hopes, despair, sadness and loss. You are uptight about something.

Dream about husband being beaten draws attention to health concerns and anxieties about your well-being

Your privacy is being compromised. You are lacking understanding, knowledge or awareness of some situation. Your dream is a premonition for someone who is consumed by their passion. You are trying to suppress it and erase it from your consciousness.

Husband being beaten is unfortunately missed or denied opportunities. You are becoming somewhat of a bore. You are being overly lackadaisical about a situation or problem. The dream is sadly a warning signal for a lacking strength and integrity. You may need to tidy up some situation in your life.

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Dorothy Kariofiles

I went to a wedding at very quaint hotel hosted by my deceased FBI agent Uncle and Aunt. I sensed danger. We were to stay overnight, but because of the unseen danger, that my husband was obvious to, I moved my kids out of the hotel and then realized I left my husband behind. I went back and searched for him. I got to the end of the hotel to a bar. I walked down the staircase to see a lot of guys and in the middle was my husband, bloody. I was crying, telling them to take me, let him leave.