Dreaming of seducing 12-year-old niece

I'll certainly try. It's an interesting dream if we don't literalize it.  You indicate you are single and unattached (I am rather than we are going to a Labor Day party). I also get from the dream that you are looking for a woman. A young, hot redhead who dresses modestly, but sexy. Perhaps a bi-racial woman (golden-brown skin)?  Would that be okay with your brother and family, or would it be as forbidden as seducing your 12-year-old niece?  Think about it.

Family systems have a certain way of dictating to kids (on an unconscious level) the kind of partner the family will accept. It can be very subtle, even in families that profess to be liberal. Is yours that kind of family?  Did your brother marry the acceptable woman?  Have acceptable kids?

At your age, you're ready to find a life partner. Instead of fantasizing about young, hot, bi-racial redheads why not go out and find one? She may be the perfect one, or the experience of the quest may bring you out of your fantasy and into just the woman who is right for you -- sexy redhead or plain and pudgy -- who knows?  Your heart, if you get past the family guidelines and open it to choices, will guide you.

Dream Momma

I'm 27. I dreamed I was attracted to my niece (12yo) and made sexual advances towards her.  She didn't look anything like my niece but somehow I knew it was her. In the dream she was tall, thin, with red hair and golden-brown skin.  She was wearing a thin white, filmy dress that covered her from her neck to her feet that I could almost see through.  I wanted her, this kid who in real life is short, pudgy and plain - no way!  I woke up with a hard on. I'm supposed to go to my brother's on Labor Day and now I don't want to. I'm afraid of how I'll react when I see my niece. That's a real bummer for me. Can you help me?

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