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Re: feeling low Jai Narayan

Posted by B2chica on August 6, 2004, at 9:13:32

In reply to Re: feeling low, posted by Jai Narayan on August 6, 2004, at 8:04:15

Hey Jai!

i know this may sound a little cold, but i've sort of trained myself to step back with "history" like this...the emotion of it sucks me in and it twists my gut so much that i had to learn to remove to third party (sort of like stepping out of body to look down) otherwise i can't function...cuz it's not just that, there are everyday terrors that occurs in countries this very day. i have to block myself from that emotional torture.
But it is Very possible these issues invade your dreams.
And i still can't listen to news. i posted on social cuz i started to feel a bit like a freak but i can't even stand in the same room when the news is on TV, some suggested radio and one day it worked but the next it didn't. So i wake up to this annoying buzzing and then turn my CD's on to get ready.I know i'm in a way keeping out of touch with the real world but i know that it's not something i can deal with right now. i am just way to hypersensitive to any of that.

Congrats on the nightmare free sleep! man, doesn't it feel good. it just seems so strange to say that but people who don't experience constant night interruptions just don't know.
It's even starting to affect my husbands sleep, i was telling him that the other night i had 4 in a row, he said "Ya i know, you were mumbling in your sleep and your head was moving back and forth" (he's afraid i'm going to smack him in my sleep one of these times) i told him not to worry that i can't normally move that much.
But i have a question for you...if my hubby see's me having a nightmare would you suggest he wake me up or would it be better not to?? i heard that sometimes interrupted nightmares could traumatize you?? true or false??
B2c.

>>Last night I was nightmare free.
> Good luck and lets keep in touch about this topic.



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