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Dream a little dream of me...then share it for a more intimate relationship, suggests a new study published in the journal Dreaming.
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By Stephanie Castillo for Prevention.com 

PreventionDream a little dream of me…then share it for a more intimate relationship, suggests a new study published in the journal Dreaming.

We’re not talking about your lifelong dream to run a marathon or manage your own small business. Those are certainly important, but researchers were interested more in how nightly dreams (you know, the ones with the Clooney cameos) influence perceived intimacy in couples.

Keep reading to find out what researchers found about how dreams influenced relationships…

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