Do your children wake up at night and want to sleep with you? This a problem that all perents face. Bad dreams
and even night terrors occur often in young children. What options do you as a parent have, to help get rid of your child’s bad dreams
? We’ve asked parents and here are their most common suggestions.
are, in my experience, the most vivid dreams one can have. The dreams from PTSD are most often a reliving of the trauma as we sleep. The dreams and can range anywhere from a nightmare
to a full on night terror
. What adds to this is that we are powerless to stop the dream
, we experience the helplessness, powerlessness, and terror which seem as real as the experience itself.
tap into a deep rooted, primordial fear – primarily the fear that some powerful, demonic force with evil intent could actually take over our lives, assault our bodies, and force us to do that which we would normally never do if in full possession of our faculties. Demons
are different from ghosts or other supernatural creatures in that they are commonly associated with evil, specifically a kind of evil that represents that which is diametrically opposed to the Divine. Demons don’t simply want one’s body. Demons want one’s soul as well.
No one likes being jolted awake from a deep sleep, especially when what riled you up was an assailant, a zombies, killer cream puffs, or falling into pit of snakes. These bad dreams
sometimes referred to as nightmares
are not just frightening they are exhausting when they become reoccurring, and can disrupt a good night’s sleep to the point where it affects you waking life.