Dream about Someone Crying In Your Arms

Dream about someone crying in your arms indicates feelings of regret or sadness over an abandoned goal. You feel lost and that there is no way out. You are depending too much on others for their help. The dream is a metaphor for betrayal, hostility, or reconciliation with an angry friend. You have avoided your feelings for too long.

Someone crying in your arms refers to something you do not fully understand. You are unable to maintain a straight face and are about to be exposed. You cannot let actions of some people bring you down. Your dream is about an encounter with an unfamiliar or neglected aspect of your own self. You are being too superficial or shallow.

Someone crying in your arms in dream is sadly a warning signal for angry and hurtful feelings. You may be too unrealistic. You are feeling unsatisfied with your current relationship. The dream is a sign for of your dependence and degree of control you have on your life. You need to stop sitting around and start moving more quickly.

Dream about someone crying in your arms is sadly a warning alert for your worries over minor problems and small matters

Something or someone is holding your back. You are bothered or annoyed by some actions. The dream is an omen for feelings of insecurities and concerns about your performance in an area of your life. Perhaps you are lacking your own identity.

Someone crying in your arms represents your defensive stance about some situation. Your goals may be too high and are impossible to realize. Your mother or motherly figure in your life is displaying a lack of emotions. This dream is a metaphor for a life situation where you are being put on the defensive. You are trying too hard to be accepted.

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