I am NEVER Diabetic in any of my Dreams. What about you? Just curious.

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I will let you beautiful ladies know if I hit the jack-pot LOL :)
Well....you might need help in spending it ;)
(as if !!!)
I would gladly share honey! xo
Also dream I take a bath with my pump on.
I've had one dream (that I can remember) where I was a diabetic. It was not many months after I was diagnosed.
I haven't had diabetes a full year yet. Only one dream so far and it was a worry type dream, a realistic one compare to most illogical dreams, but I don't see how it could happen in real life. I dreamed I forgot I was diabetic and ate whatever I wanted, which was plenty of brownies and root beer. Suddenly I realized I wasn't supposed to eat that much and dreaded what might happen next. I just woke up from it and laughed.
lol, brownies and root beer? I have had dreams about brownies when I was first dx'ed.
Wow... Can't say that I've ever dreamed about diabetes. I do dream about flying like a bird and floating over sidewalks. Maybe those are just more fun?
Sounds like good dreams Steve. I have never dreamed I could fly.....maybe because I am afraid of heights. I bet it is nice to dream that though.
i have had dreams where some one told me i was a "stupid diaetic" LOL! I also have had dreams where my pump is going off and when i wake up it really is going off,,,
I'm an extremely lucid dreamer. No idea why, but when I'm dreaming, I always know that I'm dreaming. I often have dreams where I'm confronted with mass amounts of candy, and I'll go "OH! This is just a dream! I CAN EAT ALL OF THIS I WANT!"
...And I do, dear friends. I do.
Have never tested or injected in my dreams that I am aware of. Not so sure if I even "diet" in my dreams. I will have to monitor this a bit more carefully.




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