I sometimes will wake up in the middle of the night.....freaked out and scared. Not from nightmare....I just find myself thinking about my own mortality and of those who I love. I won't be able to get back to sleep, and I'll just cry and cry until I drift off. During the day it seems better, but at night....it can get bad. Like I can't focus on anything else. Does anyone else panic over mortality? If so how do you deal with it? I almost feel like I can't be relaxed because I'm 'waiting for the other shoe to drop' so to speak. Waiting for that middle of the night phone call that's going to ruin my life. I know it's very negative thinking, but like I said, it wakes me up from sleep. I'm pretty positive lately during the day.
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