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Written by SOT.COM.AL 2 Shkurt 2023
If you wonder why you keep dreaming about your ex, you're not alone. According to research and due to the pandemic, there has been a huge increase in Google searches for the question "why do I dream about my ex". In 2021, research from digital marketing firm AGY47 found that Google searches for “why do I keep having strange dreams” increased by 200% compared to the previous year.
And there's one theme that seems to be a recurring theme for many: the ex. What does it mean when he keeps appearing in your dreams and does it mean you still have hidden feelings for him? British Glamor spoke to Marilyn Devonish – founder of TranceFormations, to decipher what our weirdest dreams really mean.
"Why do I dream about my ex"?
The good news is that if you're daydreaming about your ex, you're not alone. Searches for 'Why am I dreaming about my ex' rose by a whopping 2,450% from 2020 to 2021 as Brits struggled to understand how the sudden breakup triggered old memories of past relationships.
“Dreaming about your ex can metaphorically be dreaming of times past and grieving the loss of those times. If you feel like your ex has 'abandoned' you, it may be about self-acceptance. If you've been dominated in the relationship, it can be a reminder to reclaim your power and assert your sense of strength," she said.