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Mornings

It makes sense to start at the beginning: mornings. If I am outside – in fresh, spring air, walking through woodland – I love the beginning of the day. 770 more words

Bipolar diary - bipolar and circadian rhythms

I’ve been reading up on bipolar some more and learnt some very interesting stuff to do with how bipolar affects sleeping patterns. Once again I’m becoming more informed on the effect bipolar has on me and how it manifests itself in my behaviour. 1,216 more words

Reflection

5 Things You Should Know Before Dating An Insomniac

Yeah, I know what you’re thinking. “Insomnia, yeah, I hear you man. Last night I was up until like three in the morning. I’m a total insomniac!” Sorry, but staying up late isn’t the same thing as insomnia. 1,249 more words

Sleep is like a temporary death

I have to do things in exactly the same order every morning. Any forced change leaves me disoriented and throws off the rest of my day. 1,068 more words

Operation: Exhaustion

Last time I talked about how I’d been having trouble sleeping. Well, this had continued through the weekend, and I decided to take some drastic measures. 1,094 more words

Story Time

I want to live, I want to die.

Every day I want to write.  And every day I don’t.  Every single day I wake up feeling like shit.  A loser, a piece of garbage.  1,040 more words

Depression

Improper sleeping patterns

Sleeping patterns are very hard to regulate or control.  Looking back on my life, I have always had issues.  As a child, we lived in a remote bush camp, and sleeping was hard for me due to lack of warmth (we were very poor growing up, and often lived in a tent without adequate wood, heat, blankets or clothes), and fear of wild animals outside (wolves, bears and moose), my abusive father and my molester.   545 more words

Sleeping Patterns