What Do Sex Dreams With a Co-Worker Mean?
Having a dream about sex with somebody at work, whether that be your boss or a co-worker, is very similar to having a dream about sex with a friend. These are both platonic relationships that don't involve sex, which is why it can come as a big surprise when a sex dream occurs. A sex dream with a co-worker could leave you feeling awkward, especially if you're heading into work the next day and will have to face them. Luckily for you, these dreams don't tend to mean anything too serious and they rarely mean you secretly want to have sex with that person. Though, this isn't out of the question for some people.
There are a lot of rules and boundaries within an office workplace, many of which can leave us feeling restricted and confined. However, a sex dream about someone else at work allows us to break these boundaries and experience a sense of freedom. Sex dreams about a co-worker could also mean that they have a character trait or skill that you admire, perhaps it's something you'd like to have yourself. In this respect, sex dreams tend to suggest a form of appreciation.
If the sex dream is with a boss, it could have a lot to do with power. Someone in a position of power is often perceived as being successful and strong, both of which are attractive characteristics. This could mean that you're looking for power in other areas of your life or you're seeking some additional dominance in the bedroom.
If you've had sex dreams with someone a co-worker or a fellow employee at the office, you'll probably want to know more about it means. Luckily, we can help. Simply, text the word 'DREAM' to 69992 and find out more about sex dreams and their meanings.
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