The subject pretty much sums it up. I can never sleep. First off, I can't sleep in my bed. It's not even the bed I shared with TC (my boyfriend). But I can't sleep in it. I sleep my the floor. And it takes me forever to get to sleep. At first I would suffer and cry myself to sleep, but now I stay awake, watching movies, playing on the computer untill I am so exhausted, I don't realize that I am falling alseep. This way I don't think about how I will never lay next to the man I though I was going to grow old with. I have been thinking about taking sleeping pills, but I want to talk to my doctor about it first. I know that other people most have this problem, so if any of you have any ideas or solutions please that me know. I don't usually go to bed time like 4 in the morning and then with my depression once I actaully fall alseep I can sleep for hours. I sleep for like 15 hours once. But the most sleep I get is 5 hours if I'm lucky! Which isn't good cuase I work in retail, where I'm always on my feet and you have to be every friendly with people. And since I don't get much sleep, when I do get a chance to sleep in, I sleep all day, so then I don't get to sleep till like 6 in the morning in turn I only get like 3 hours of sleep. It's horrible. So please anything ideas are welcomed!!!
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