Have you ever felt like you were having déjà vu in your dreams?

If you have reoccurring dreams, you just might feel that way.

PTSD is common in veterans, rape victims, and people who were abused as children.

Since we all tend to repeat certain patterns, reoccurring dreams often point to a reoccurring pattern in your life.

For example, you might have the dream when you feel stressed, devalued, underappreciated, or when you need a change in your life.

Recurring dreams are important and need your attention.

A reoccurring dream is any dream you have more than once.

If your reoccurring dreams are related to PTSD, it’s important to seek help from a trained therapist or psychologist.

He or she can help you process the trauma and relieve the PTSD symptoms.

Reoccurring dreams teach us that if we want to have different results, we need to take different actions.

Sometimes reoccurring dreams have different variations. Maybe one of the dream characters did something different, or maybe in regards to the situation in the dream.

Even if you don’t actively use your dreams, most dreams will not reoccur.