Dreaming about going back to your childhood?

Yesterday, I dreamed that I was back in elementary school, riding the bicycle I rode as a freshman in high school (which I later lost in reality). After class every day, I would ride home behind a girl I liked in high school. We were both on the road. . . Suddenly after class that day, I discovered that my car was missing. I searched frantically but could not find it, and finally found an unlocked bicycle (exactly the same as the bike I bought after I lost my bike in real life...), so I struggled and hesitated for a long time, pushing the bike. She ran away - -!, after I got on the bike, I pedaled all the way to chase the girl, but I couldn't catch her. I felt extremely disappointed, and then I woke up and I was wet~~~~ (In fact, I did in high school. I didn’t catch that woman)

I feel like this dream is exactly the same as reality. I feel very tight in my chest now. Please help me.

 (www.onlinedreamsinterpretation.com) Dream Interpretation: Going back to a certain time in the past is due to dissatisfaction with the status quo and the need for psychological development. Returning to that time within oneself, seeking through the exploration of related experiences Things that are helpful for psychological development. The bicycle you rode in the first year of high school can be understood as your past image, your former self. When you lose it, you find another bicycle. It means that after growing up, the past self-image is in your mind. Disappear in your heart and grow into another more mature self. The struggle and hesitation reflects the conflicts you had in your heart during the transformation. The meaning of chasing that girl is very straightforward and can be directly understood. These things that happened in the past reappear in the dream. To a certain extent, it reflects that what you are going through now is similar to this experience in the past, giving you the same emotions as at that time. At the same time, the dream is also hinting to you that we need to continue to grow and update our self-image to adapt to changes. environment in.