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Beta Fish Fighting?

2 years 11 months ago #1 by Brittany09!

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  • Ok there might be a little background to my dream here. I've recently been talking to a professional about ways to handle my anxiety lately, as it's practically been eating me alive, and I don't feel comfortable telling other people about it without the fear of being labeled whiny or bitchy. It's really been messing with my life, but I've made a lot of progress.

    In my dream, I had gotten two beta fish. One was red and orange, and the other one was white. I had put them both in a bowl together. (Everyone knows to never put two male betas in the same tank as they will kill each other for dominance, but this was what happened in my dream.) At the time I couldn't afford to get another tank, so I just put them both in the same bowl, and I kept an eye on them. I was surprised to find that the two fish didn't seem to be fighting at all, that they seemed to be coexisting really well, but to prevent any possible conflicts between the two I finally got another tank and went to separate them. I took the orange one out of the bowl, away from the white fish and put it in the new tank. That was when I noticed that the white fish had a bunch of healed and scarred bite marks. It was a timid pitiful little thing. Not anything like he was when I first bought him. he cowered in the very bottom of the bowl, and freaked out at any sudden movements. This dream seems to have carried a hidden message but I'm not too clear on what it could be. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you!

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    2 years 10 months ago #2 by Stella

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  • Fish are common fertility symbols. See the following definitions on this website at:



    Could you please tell us if there are any fertility issues or concerns in your waking life?

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