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To dream of social media represents feelings about managing social interactions with others that revolves around one's status or the ongoing affairs of others. Social interactions that seem more consequential than usual, as though everything you say or do is closely monitored or considered. A heightened sense of power or importance as you perceive others paying close attention to your status or activities. Awareness of other people's attention to your thoughts and actions, embodying social validation, attention, or recognition. Feelings about your social influence, reputation, or connections. Feelings about having to control yourself while everyone you know is aware of everything happening in your life.

Negatively, dreaming about Facebook may represent the stress of maintaining impersonal interactions that revolve around one's status or the ongoing affairs of others. Disliking social interaction that revolves around everyone being aware of your social status. Social connections that feel distant or detached. An unhealthy preoccupation with online validation or a fear of negative judgment, issues of self-comparison, or discomfort with the idea of keeping up with others' interest in you. A dislike for other people paying attention to what you're thinking or doing, feelings of insecurity or loneliness, or the fear of missing out. You might also be longing for more personal and intimate connections, rather than superficial interactions. Pressure to make others believe that everything in your life is progressing perfectly.

Alternatively, dreaming about Facebook may mirror actual waking life feelings about using Facebook.

Example: A woman dreamed of getting pregnant and looking up the father on Facebook. The scene suddenly changes to being with a guy she doesn't know. In waking life, she was separated from her husband, dating a guy she didn't like, while wanting to move homes. In this case, Facebook may have reflected her feelings about managing social interaction with other people that revolved around updating everyone she knew about her status with wanting to move away with her new boyfriend. The sudden change of scenery may have reflected her abrupt change of mind about moving away with the boyfriend she didn't like anymore.

Example 2: A woman dreamed of looking up the Facebook profile of a woman that was dating a man whom she wanted to date. She wanted to see the Facebook status or information on how long they have been dating, but couldn't find any. In waking life, she was jealous of another woman dating a man she wanted to date, but she had no idea who the woman was, but she was curious. In this case, Facebook may have reflected her feelings of managing her jealousy by seeking social cues or updates about her romantic interest's relationship status by asking people she knew.

Example 3: A young man dreamed of a Facebook scene where all his comments had been blocked out. This is followed by a scene of himself talking to his ex-girlfriend on the phone as though everything is working out well between them. Suddenly, even she goes silent and stays silent. In waking life, he was having problems getting over his ex-girlfriend. He was the one who broke up with her, but he regretted it while she had moved on. In this case, his Facebook comments being blocked out may have reflected his thoughts about feelings of being ignored or shut out by his ex-girlfriend after breaking up with her while being self-conscious about all his friends being aware of it and possibly thinking he's stupid because of it.

Example 4: A teenage girl dreamed of her father telling her to take an unusual picture of the moon and 3 stars and post it on Facebook. The moon scene faded out and was replaced by a smiling Indian woman. She never takes the picture. In waking life, she had a difficult time breaking up with her boyfriend and started talking to her ex-boyfriend who was a really good friend. She had a fear of being single. In this case, her father telling to her post a moon picture on Facebook may have reflected her thoughts about telling everyone she knew about her ex-boyfriend being interested in her so her ex would get jealous and it would make her single status more interesting looking to people she knew.

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