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Old 11-03-2012, 02:10 PM
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*fist bumps* *insomniacs ftw*

Eight years for me. Maybe less. It started around when I was... sixish, sevenish? And got progressively worse as I neared and entered adolescence.
I've had it since I was little. Night terrors, trouble sleeping... It sucked. ;-; Luckily, it's gotten progressively better (at least, nightmares/being scared at night has). Sometimes I'll have a month or two where I get a lot of shut-eye, and sometimes it's like I can't sleep whatsoever. >_>
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Old 11-03-2012, 02:41 PM
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I've had it since I was little. Night terrors, trouble sleeping... It sucked. ;-; Luckily, it's gotten progressively better (at least, nightmares/being scared at night has). Sometimes I'll have a month or two where I get a lot of shut-eye, and sometimes it's like I can't sleep whatsoever. >_>
Luck you, mine's been getting worse--especially now, during the school year. It's like I can't be bothered to sleep because I have too much s--- to think about or something, but then, all I do is lie in bed and stare at the ceiling and think terrified thoughts.
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Old 11-03-2012, 03:22 PM
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Gosh -_- I'm so tired. Need sleep . . . . But also had a friggen nightmare. Ugh.
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Old 11-03-2012, 04:02 PM
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Luck you, mine's been getting worse--especially now, during the school year. It's like I can't be bothered to sleep because I have too much s--- to think about or something, but then, all I do is lie in bed and stare at the ceiling and think terrified thoughts.
I used to do that constantly as a kid. Every night. It sucked. ;-; But then I figured out some methods to cure it:
~ Don't stress. Tell yourself you'll figure out your sh*t tomorrow, and actually DO it. Don't get all "OMG I GOTTA DO ALL THIS STUFF OMG OMG OMG".
~ Turn on lights if you have to.
~ Talk to whatever's scaring you. Be all, "Hey, bro. Don't scare me. It wouldn't be nice if you scared me. That'd be mean. How 'bout we just talk it out, bro?" Trust me, it helps.
~ Imagine having a huge, invisible yet brilliantly white animal to protect you. Like a lion, or a wolf. My little invisible protector is Toothless. Whenever I get scared, it helps to imagine Toothless bein' all "OH NO YOU DIDN'T" to the monsters and fighting them off.
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Old 11-05-2012, 08:35 AM
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I haven't had a nights sleep longer than 5 hours since July.
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Old 11-05-2012, 09:34 AM
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*hands you more sleep hours* :3
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Old 11-06-2012, 08:46 AM
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*hands you more sleep hours* :3
Thank you.
*sleeps*
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