The situation we're about to describe to you has probably happened to you at some point in your lifetime, be it at home, school or while on break from your job, so try not to feel like you're some crazy person if it indeed does apply to you. We've all had bad dreams or nightmares that have made us so afraid that they're going to come true the moment we wake up. As much as you don't want to admit to yourself that something like that has actually happened to you it's hard to deny that it's not true. There's nothing wrong with feeling spooked by bad dreams and nightmares, whether they're about ghosts or accidents or even the boogey man.
While there's nothing we can do about the bad dreams and nightmares we have during our sleeps there's something that we can do about how we feel about them the moment we wake up. A lot of people feel that their bad dreams and nightmares have some sort of deeper meaning and that a lot of the times those meanings will be very negative. The truth of the matter is that any dream interpretations that we have are usually far off what they actually mean, if they mean anything at all.
For example, if you had a bad dream or nightmare that involved spiders crawling all over you it doesn't actually mean your dream will come true. If you're afraid of spiders then dreaming about spiders is your subconscious trying to tell you that you need to somehow overcome your phobia of spiders. If you're not afraid of spiders and are wondering why you dreamt of spiders it could be that something else in your life is bugging you and that until it's resolved you'll keep dreaming about spiders or other types of insects.
You can see from that example of dreaming about spiders just how different what we interpret dreams to mean when comparing them to what real dream interpretations actually mean. That happens all the time and unless you have studied the true meanings of dreams you won't always know what their true meanings are. Of course, it's easy to jump to conclusions when it comes to interpreting your dreams, be they about unicorns or selling your home. That can be a not-so great thing though, as many people easily get frightened by their dreams and feel that bad dreams and nightmares are harbingers of doom about to be unleashed. In order to not jump to any conclusions when it comes to your bad dreams and nightmares it's best to study and learn about dream interpretations so that you can analyze your dreams in a way that doesn't involve paranoia and cause you to freak out over other parts of your life.
Curious as to what the dream you had last night may really mean? Go to The Dream Dictionary.