In a nightmare, you’ve encountered three doors. Choose one, and let us know what you find on the other side.
I don't often have nightmares so I'm trying to think of what would scare me while I'm dreaming. I have dreamt of falling and that always scares the dickens out of me. The sensation of falling isn't the scary part; it's the complete lack of control and the anticipation of a very painful death, that is what is so terrifying.
I have had two distinct nightmares, both involving my mother. The first one was when I was five years old. I dreamt that my mother and I were on a boat and this man took my mother, killed her and cut her up into pieces and I jumped over board trying to glue her back together. That was terrifying and I can still see the images in my mind to this day.
The other nightmare that I had involving my mother was when I was fourteen. I dreamt that my mother and I were out with her friend at a restaurant and my mother said that we had to go back home because she had forgotten something. We walked down the hallway in our apartment towards my room and the moonlight was streaming in through the window and my mother turned to me with a big knife in her hand, the moonlight caught the blade and made it glisten. She stabbed me again and again while I was falling down and then I woke up.
Other than those three nightmares; I don't dream of bad things. I usually dream of good things like my family in France and I haven't had a nightmare involving my mother since those two, so that's good. I don't like nightmares.