I can mark out my life in dreams, as if turning the pages of a photo album. Most key events and turning points were preceded or accompanied by vivid dreams, and I know the same will be true of the years ahead. It’s not that my dreams predicted my future. Like all dreams, they connected
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“You’ll live to regret it if you don’t try,” “It’s too risky,” “Change is good,” “You’ll lose everything you’ve worked for,” “It’s everything you’ve ever worked for,” “Better to be safe than sorry,” “You’ll get hurt again,” “You’ll be happy,” “Opportunities like this come once in a lifetime,” “It looks too good to be true,”
“My recurring dream is gross. I lose all my teeth,” said Chloe, calling into the dream segment on the PowerPack Breakfast show. “How common is this type of dream, and what does it mean?” I’ve been doing this segment long enough now for the show’s presenters, Steve and Abbey, to kick off with good questions.
Is therapy by podcast helpful and effective? Are there risks involved in popping on your earphones, putting your feet up, laying back on the couch, closing your eyes, and listening to a therapist, psychologist, or passionate podcast host speaking – seemingly – just to you? What happens when the podcast is over and the person