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You're far from alone—Loewenberg says this is a common sleep fantasy.She adds that dreams about acquaintances are not about being attracted to them, "but currently boning can straddle the line between fantasy and nightmare, though Loewenberg reassures that having occasional sex dreams about other people is completely normal and fine. " Sex dreams about people from work are super common (these are, a little bit sadly, the people you see the most), and there are crucial distinctions between dreams about bosses and people who are your subordinates.The fact that this is someone who’s in a position of power over you is important.Loewenberg suggested thinking about if you need to connect with your boss in some way, maybe on a project.“If it seems weird and random to have that dream, remember it’s not really about [having that curiosity], but more about what the person you’re having sex with represents,” she says.Think about the qualities the women who appear in your dream represents—is she particularly nurturing, strong, or kind?Are you newly volunteering for a woman’s equality cause?Or maybe you’re secretly looking for an opportunity like that. If it's a teacher or professor you have a crush on, this sex dream is a simple, "hot for teacher"-type of thing, Loewenberg says.
Ever wake up feeling confused about why that person you met six months ago for like, five minutes showed up in your steamiest dream ever?
If it's happening all the time, she encourages you to examine your actual sex life."Take a look at the frequency of your sex routine in real life," Loewenberg says. In the case of someone who works you, Loewenberg suggests thinking about what their job is, what they do for you, and what their job represents.
Are they an assistant who keeps your entire schedule running smoothly?
She also said it could mean that you need to be more of a “boss” in various aspects of your life — look for areas in which there’s room for you to take charge more.
This one's simple: "It could just be that you desire wealth," Loewenberg says.