Husband: “I dreamed my father had slaves on board his ship, we struggled in the water and I killed him.”
7-yr-old son: “I dreamed I got a giant box with every single Kung Zhu battle arena and accessory in it.”
If each dream is the fulfillment of a wish on the part of the dreamer, my family certainly fits Freud’s theory that the wishes get more complicated as we age. Also that Oedipal parricide continues to hold pride of place. . .