Blue Is for Nightmares Themes

Laurie Faria Stolarz
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Friendship

Blue is for nightmares explores the meaning of friendship. Stacey and Drea have been roommates for the last two years. At the same time, Drea and Chad know each other since childhood. Their friendship is based on certain affection they share.

Stacey and Drea know their likes and dislikes, yet they are afraid to share things about themselves that are embarassing. Stacey is afraid to tell Drea that she wets her bed even though it may be a medical condition. At the same time, Drea doesn't feel comfortable to share with Stacey that she has been talking on the phone to someone she doesn't even know.

Drea is sensitive about everything that may involve Chad. She gets upset even when Stacey reads in the cards that she should be careful about what she says. Drea doesn't think it is inappropriate to fight with those who try to flirt...

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