Becoming Single in Dreams

To have a dream of becoming single in your dreams may indicate that the current relationship is becoming stale and blunt. Alternatively it may be your desire to free yourself and look for a new partner that better matches your interests and goals in life. Prior to departing with your partner, review and assess if the choice you eventually make will hurt or better you not just in the shortcomings but for your own long term goals.

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  1. Hi, just wondering. I am married with 3 kids and I love my husband. But every dream I have ever had our whole marriage – I have been single.
    I think I miss my independence, my husband does a lot for me. But still wondering why I’m always single (and content with being single in my dreams).

  2. Something she has been doing possibly restricting you in some way, or a way she behaves threatens your emotional happiness. This dream of becoming single can also come from feelings of guilt or anxiety about becoming more indepedent from your mother, as you grow older.

  3. every night without fail i have a dream where my boyfriend doesn’t like me. he ignores me, gets annoyed easily and just doesn’t want to be around me.
    our relationship is fine in the waking world
    any ideas what this could mean?

  4. I was having the same dreams for a while in the beginning of my relationship with my boyfriend. That was in the first three months of our relationship. I still have them every now and again. I think what it means is that you have some insecurities that your boyfriend will leave you for someone else. In my dreams I was at a theme park riding a bike and I saw him and my best friend walking around holding hands. Even though we weren’t together in my dream I freaked out. I started crying uncontrollably begging him to come back to me and asking him why he was with her out of all people. The more I had the dream the more I got paranoid that it was going to happen. Don’t worry about it though, it’s your subconscious filled with worry. You must really care about him to have this dream. Don’t keep yourself worried about it though because after a while the dreams will get out of control. I use to wake my boyfriend up in the middle of the night crying to tell him my dream. Talking about it may help you to feel better.

  5. I keep having dreams that my boyfriend and bestfriend get together in my dreams. That him and I are no longer together and he’s with her. Please help!! These dreams are weirding me out!!!!

  6. Hi,I am in a relationship for the past 2 years but every so often I have a dream about this girl I lived with in college, we got close but we never done anything because we were both in relationships. In the dream we get close, very close and we’re so happy and I wake up feeling like I want to be with her! which is awful! and recently I had a dream which both her and my girlfriend were in and they were both my girlfriends but none of them knew about the other..
    sorry had to get that off my chest

  7. I had a dream that I was getting on a plane to go to England to visit a friend. Took my dogs on plane with me. We had a party on the plane.

    1. Dreaming of being single is certainly liberating where you are not attached at the hip with your other half. Good to see that you have your dogs with you and partying it up on the plane.

      Taking a timeout from a relationship is much more needed than you think. People take vacations from work, so take an agreed upon break from your significant other and recharge your energy.

      1. I am happily married and have been for many years and I have two lovely children whom I adore BUT I have this recurring dream that has been happening regularly for many many years in which I am always single and childless!
        In my dream everyone around me are in relationships and have partners and children and yet I know that I am the odd one out, alone with no prospect of a partner in sight and I also know that I have left it too late to have children ! I feel very isolated and I wonder why I am alone but I feel sad but strangely resigned to this situation.
        I wake up with this same odd feeling for a few minutes until it kicks in that it is just a dream and I realise I am actually in bed with my husband ! I wonder why I have these recurring dreams ?

        1. At 50, married with two young children I have a re occurring dream that either my wife or ex girlfriends have left me and just don’t care. All my friends are married and I’ll never meet anyone at my age. Plus either my wife or these ex girlfriends are single in the dreams. I wake up in a panic and feel very sad.