A sleepover can reveal a desire to spend more time with your friends or whoever was at the sleepover.

We find out what it means to dream about a sleepover

We find out what it means to dream about a sleepover

If a sleepover was fun, any social plans you make are sure to go down well with whoever is invited and with you too. If the party was bad, then perhaps you are worried about your social skills and need to brush up on them some more before you organise anything. Or could your friends and family help with this?

It could simply mean that you need to invest more time with others, socialise more and create deeper friendships with people.

Perhaps you have been thinking about your younger years lately and discussing the sleepovers you used to have with the people involved.

On the other hand, you may have been thinking about your childhood friendships. Perhaps you miss these people or one specific person in your dream.

A sleepover with your lover could mean that you are ready to start staying at their place if you haven’t already or indeed, you might want to sleep next to your partner permanently. Perhaps you miss the days when you would sleepover at each other’s places and the fun and spontaneity it used to bring.

The dream could be a pun to sleep on something before you make your decision.

Perhaps you need to let your guard down and be open to new ideas. You might be someone who is firmly fixed in a routine, so you may need to try something different every once in a while.

If you were sleeping over at someone else’s house- it’s possible you are trying to avoid something or someone back at your own home. You can only do this for so long before you have to confront your problems, so it might better to tackle them head on rather than running away.

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