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Well my parents know,sometimes their methods actually works. So thanks!
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Algi posted in Say Anything:
I do not know much about Imsomnia myself. But I wish to share my personal opinon here. It is probably wisest to tell your parents, tell a school nurse, tell a school therapist, etc. I think they can help you out a lot! I know Imsomnia is a nasty thing, but hopefully you'll be able to tackle it sucessfully. Good luck!
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-skeletonwar posted in New Users:
Hi! I'm Sammie! ∠( ᐛ 」∠)_ I'm ace/aro/agender, or, as my friends jokingly say, a skeleton. (。◑ヮ◑。)ayyyy~ I rly love talking to people tho so, message me! (if you want, of course) °˖✧◝(⁰▿⁰)◜✧˖° I'm also holding a lil Halloween thing called the "Skeleton War", which you can read about more on my profile. (#spon maybe? lol) ☆⌒(●ゝω・)   Nice meeting you all, I hope we can become friends! (´∩ω∩`)
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Hi I'm 11 years old and I am suffering from "Insomnia". I need help with dealing with "Insomnia",I closed my eyes for 4 or 5 hours nothing really happened.Most of these days when i don't go to sleep,I take a nap during the afternoons after school. Then i heard if I keep doing this i going to stunted my growth since I'm REALLY short.So I need tips to help me stop my Insomnia. Thank you for your support and your understanding!:)
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