I am a little over one year past DDay#1, but only 5 months past DDay #2, and am doing pretty good in not obsessing over the betrayals anymore. In my waking hours, if I keep occupied, I am much more positive in the direction my life is going (D). My problem is when I sleep. I recently have been having horrible dreams about the As, and have started to wake up crying again, like I did when the pain was so raw, after finding out. Is this a typical cycle? When will it stop? Anyone know any secrets as to how to will my brain to not dwell on that which can't be changed while I sleep? I don't know much about dreams and sleep, but I have not been getting quality sleep in a good while either. It takes a while to fall asleep and then I usually wake up after 4 or 5 hrs and can't fall back asleep right away. If I'm lucky I can grab on hr or two before I go to work. Anyone else have a similar problem? Gotta find a Dream- No-More pill or something....
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