Sleep success, sort of.

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Sleep Success

I consider last night a sleep success for myself, because I fell asleep “normally” last night.  Actually, it was this morning, at 12am (my son, Geoffrey and I were binge watching King of the Hill)  I got myself all cozy in bed and turned on a sleep meditation for busy minds and stress. Problems with falling asleep is an issue I have always had, but now it’s mostly caused by my CPTSD.


I must have fallen asleep immediately, of course, because I don’t remember anything until my alarm went off at 5.  I slept for a whole five hours, I am THRILLED.  One thing I did do differently was NOT turn our Himalayan Natural Salt Lamp on.

You may be thinking, “How can you call five hours of sleep, a good night?”.  All my life I have suffered from sleep issues.  Constant fatigue, has always been present.  My parents used to say that I was “born tired and never rested”. Naps are a necessity for me.

As an abuse survivor, night terrors are a constant part of my life.  They can wake me up 2-3 times a night, consequently, that adds to the trouble of falling asleep.  This is why a full four hours is a happy occasion for me.   It doesn’t happen often. If you suffer from CPTSD or PTSD, Depression or Anxiety, feel free to reach out to me or anyone you feel comfortable with.  If you are in distress, please contact the Suicide Hotline.

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