I'm back for three days and all I've seen is downpours and taking an hour to drive 7 miles on 610.
Someone remind me why I moved back here.
I am talking about Insomnia.In a forum I frequent, there was a recent question of what our "trigger issues" might be. Death, drugs, and suicide are the big ones, I know, but I am going to talk about mine. Something that many people use as a cheep joke, and never realize how much damage it really does.I am talking about Insomnia. by TheArtOfCBYoung
This is me writing about more than surface conversation.
I hear many people saying things, such as "got so much done late at night, yay for insomnia lol." or "stressed out and can't sleep, damn insomnia." And a whole collection of things on those lines.
Insomnia is not one night that you have trouble sleeping, and it is most certainly not something that is cute. Insomnia is not daddy letting you stay up late.
Insomnia is a thing that hits you like a sack of bricks and takes your mind and body and rips them apart as well as any disease. It is knowing that you are there, but feeling like you might not be. And don't get me started on when the shadows start moving. It gets glamorized. It is n