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    Quote Originally Posted by Nomia View Post
    This is going to sound distressing- but I have almost a fear of falling asleep. I equate it with dying. Stupid, I know.
    I had that when I was in hospital and when I was home after having bubs. I actually didn't sleep for 7 days straight after c sec. I had to get Valium to help.

    How do you cope like that all the time?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nomia View Post
    This is going to sound distressing- but I have almost a fear of falling asleep. I equate it with dying. Stupid, I know.
    Not stupid at all, but I imagine that must be pretty distressing for you. And exhausting. Perhaps addressing it with a psychologist might be of some use? (Sorry, I know that wasn't the topic of that thread - hope you don't mind me veering away from the initial question a little).

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    Quote Originally Posted by sajimum View Post
    Not stupid at all, but I imagine that must be pretty distressing for you. And exhausting. Perhaps addressing it with a psychologist might be of some use? (Sorry, I know that wasn't the topic of that thread - hope you don't mind me veering away from the initial question a little).
    Tis ok, I don't mind. I'm the one who mentioned it.

    I think it is a curse and blessing. It makes me very aware day to day of my life, but I get somewhat depressed when plans are long and drawn out.

    My difficulty in getting to sleep is also why I crave a quality of sleep (you know, to remain sane, and to do the walking and the talking ).


 

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