(Used to call them "dreams where you know you're dreaming")
I hope I am about to make sense with this. It's my belief that we exist simultaneously in many dimensions at one time, and these other personalities we experience in our dreams (the ones that don't like like us, really) are these other yous that exist somewhere else. For me, personally, I like the idea, because it seems that it's the only logical explination for me acting like the way I do. In real life, for example, I am kind of a scaredy cat, and I get all nervous talking to strangers, but it's not like that in my dreams. I am super brave, bordering on totally crazy, like fighting monsters, and I will even beat people up if they make me mad, and I am also a notorious thief. YEah, sooooo not like the me I am used to when awake.
I think it's really cool that you're getting into dreams at such an early age. My advice to you is to keep really good records of your dreams so that later on in life you can look at your earliest records. Never ever throw them out, and I would also say not to share them with anyone, and keep them private. You can tell people what it is, if they ask, but that you'd like to keep that stuff private, unless they are also willing to talk about dreams seriously.
Save your dreams on a dream journal forum on the internet, and at the same time keep a hard copy of them in the event that site will crash or be deleted. Keep well marked notebooks with the dates you had the dream, including the year...because 20 years from now you won't remember that information.
I started keeping a dream journal when I was around 15 or 16, but I don't know what happened to that old journal. At the time there was no internet, and I didn't have a computer to save stuff on. I must have stupidly thrown away my hand-written journals. I really hate it that I don't still have those notes, as they would be really handy now (I am 40 now).
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