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Dream about Child Being Taken Away

Dream about child being taken away is a signal for something you do not fully understand. You are feeling desperate to escape from your present reality. You are too yielding to others or that you are too submissive in some situation. This dream represents something that is unattainable or something that you failed to achieve. You are being fake, artificial and insensitive in some way.

Child being taken away dream suggests your quest for spirituality and subconscious ideas that may be surfacing. You are too concerned with where people are going and where they are headed. You will find that your worries were unfounded and that they will turn out to be better than expected. This dream is a portent for absurdity, light-heartedness and a childish side to your own character. You are lacking in your own relationship or circumstances.

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You may get the feeling that other people are hiding things from you today. They are clammed up and very emotional. The way to break through their shell is by understanding what they are going through instead of trying to bully your way in.

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Ade

I had a dream about giving birth to a child and my mom take the child away from me, with the excuse that I can’t handle the responsibility but later in that dream,I don’t feel please with what happened , I have to ask and find the where about of the child because I feel so worry for not knowing what is happening to the child, but I woke up without before I could find the child

Analie

I keep having dreams that my son has been taken away from someone I don’t even know who it is. I keep blaming my husband for the disappearance of our son. I hate having these kinds of dreams. Can you help me understand why this is happening to me?