1. Learning experience. 2. Childhood memories. 3. Performance anxiety.
1. Feeling something negative but not too serious, such as embarrassment. 2. Reaction to stress. 3. Returning to the safety of childhood.
Emotionally we all have needs which are left over from childhood. These may be unfulfilled desires or the need to be whole and complete. This need can surface in dreams as sucking something.
1. Desire to return to childhood. 2. Ready to take a chance. 3. Conﬁdence in one’s ability to navigate life.
1. One seeks to return to childhood. 2. If one imagines that one is a wet nurse, it may indicate that one feels she is in a relationship with someone who has a childish personality.
1. One is comfortable with showing more of one’s feelings and thoughts to others. 2. One may be selling oneself “short.” 3. Longing to return to childhood.
If we are last in a dream there may be a situation in reality where our feelings are not being taken into account. Being the last to be chosen highlights an insecurity about our viability which may be a legacy from childhood.
1. Desire to return to childhood. 2. Beware, what looks worthwhile and solid may be a come-on. 3. If one has the opportunity to go to a carnival and misses it, one may be avoiding an opportunity that only comes along every so often.
1. Childhood issues, often repressed. 2. Rejecting immature behavior. 3. Secure, happy family life.
1. Fertility. 2. Enthusiasm, lost youth, childhood. 3. Guilt. 4. Catching contagious disease in the ofﬁng (dirt on clothes).