Sunday, October 21, 2018


I was thinking it was some kind of paranormal activity, especially now during this time in the year where zombies, ghosts and witches make their journeys to frighten you.

I know, Bones...even the dead are watching us.
Nightmares are common after an accident, injury, physical or sexual abuse, or other traumatic event. Nightmares are common in people who have post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

There is really no treatment for any nightmares since they can be very common especially in children and also adults. Stress and anxieties or certain worries may bring them into your slumber.

You are NOT real...and please put on a bathrobe :)
Imagery rehearsal therapy. Often used with people who have nightmares as a result of PTSD, imagery rehearsal therapy involves changing the ending to your remembered nightmare while awake so that it's no longer threatening. You then rehearse the new ending in your mind. This approach may reduce the frequency of nightmares.

Family Portrait
A Slumber did my spirit seal; 
I had no human fears: 
She seemed a thing that could not feel 
The touch of earthly years. 

No motion has she now, no force; 
She neither hears nor sees; 
Rolled round in earth's diurnal course, 
With rocks, and stones, and trees. ~Wordsworth

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