What does it mean to dream about arguing

What does it mean to dream about arguing

Last Updated on 4 days by Alina Dreamer

Dreaming of arguing is a clear sign of all the toxic environment you may be living in.  Arguments are mainly negative; everyone wanting to impose their point of view and not coming up with any win-win results.

Arguments can be with your parents, co-workers, friends, children and partner; motivated to be unhappy with a situation.  Read on to see how these dreams will guide us to deal with the situation according to what we have seen so that we can seek the best solution in the most peaceful and civilized way.

Meaning of dreaming about arguing

Dreaming of arguing

This is a reflection of how you feel internally, because you have been hiding and repressing discomfort or because your opinion has been invalidated.  Your mind is speaking on your behalf by showing you that it is time to resolve what is bothering you.

Dreaming of arguing alone

It is your inner voice reclaiming its authority, it wants to be heard, but you are afraid to show it to others.  Be brave, being yourself is valuable and incomparable, stop hiding.

Dreaming of arguing with your mother

You can see it in two ways, the first is that you have had problems with your mother and the second is that you are going through an emotional blockage that is affecting your creativity and sensitivity. Find out what other dreams about your mother mean

Dreaming of arguing with your dad

You can see this dream as a warning about your independence.  When you argue with your father, the authority figure, it is because you are seeking to impose your ideas and your essence on the beliefs he or someone else may have about you.

Dreaming of arguing with your sister or brother

This is a new situation, reflecting that there may be problems in your environment of friends.  You feel out of place and that your opinions are no longer considered valuable.

Dreaming of arguing with your partner

Arguing with your partner is a sign that there are things to be solved.  It is clear that as time goes by without talking about it, the situation will get worse.  Be open about it and smooth over the rough edges with the person you love.

Dreaming of arguing with your child

For a father to have this dream is a reflection of the fear of being a bad guide for his child, he feels too severe and weak to set a good example.  Encourage, this warning allows you to strengthen your character.  What you know, you can change.

A man screaming over the phone
A man screaming over the phone

Dreaming of arguing with a friend

It tells us about our personality, that we are being overborne in wanting to impose our point of view on that of others.  Learn to make room for the opinions of others, especially your friends.

Dreaming of arguing with your boss

It is relative to the current situation you may be living in.  It could be overwork and needing a vacation, feeling unsure about your abilities, some injustice from your boss, or the possibility of being fired. See more dream meanings about your boss

Dreaming of arguing with someone

You have conflicts with people around you, but you have preferred to keep it hidden, and your mind decided to remind you of it so that you can resolve it.  By talking, people understand each other, be timely, and you will feel better.

Dreaming that you hear an argument

This is an anticipation of the unfavourable results you might have in a project or business.  If you’re about to embark, make sure it’s on the terms you want.

Dreaming of arguing and losing your voice

This is your subconscious mind’s way of telling you that you don’t want to take responsibility for your actions.  It also means that you are being moved to a less responsible position in your job.

Conclusion of dreaming about arguing

Argument dreams show us that we are literally in a conflict in real life, maybe we fight with a friend, family member, co-worker or our partner; and we see this in our sleep because we are worried about the situation.

Arguing is a way of knowing our points of view and being willing to defend them.  However, we must look at our surroundings and consider what is more important: being right? Or to reconcile the differences?  Sometimes giving in is the best answer for our emotional well-being and that of others.