First of all, people who followed the link to this page will probably not always know about the disease called CFS. You might be interested in the CFS section then.
I've been interested in dreams for years. During the toughest part of the disease I stopped dreaming and I'm only able to take a serious look into my dreams since october 1995. It's the one and only hobby I can afford. Except for publishing those dreams on the web perhaps.
My dreams are greatly influenced by the disease. Surprising is the huge amount of violence. In the dreams to me I'm like I've always been. All the others in my dreams have gone berserk. They attack and fight not only me but foremost each other. And those not familiar with dreaming: being attacked in dreams can hurt badly too!
Dreams are loaded with layers of symbolism. Dreams don't see the disease as something separated from the usual experiences, fantasies, worries and other qualities. Dreams melt everything together. Many of the dreams on this page show a straightforward relation to the disease. They explain, give advise, answer questions. A dream like Cracking the Ice even seems to report progress.