ANSWERS: 100
  • *Right now*
  • no i have nightmares
  • no. Even when I am tired, I still love life and enjoy every minute of it.
  • Many, many times I do - weither it be I don't wake because death has taken me, or if I simply dream forever... The problem with the former is... well, I just won't care - can't care rather - if I die, but right now, I'd like to see where everything goes. With dreaming forever... it'd be loads of fun if I could acheive lucid dreaming, but if I couldn't and everything became a nightmare... well... yeah.
  • yes i do. all the time. more lately than even now. I must just be going through a phase,i hope it will pass soon.
  • I love life way to much,and will not welcome my last day.
  • At one point in life I did. But, not anymore. I hope this helps you. :) -In the Master's service. Thank you and God bless you!
  • nope...ive loved life ever since the day i was born. and you should too! i always see "tomorrow" as a new day, a fresh start, or even a continuation of "yesterday" if yesterday was a good day!
  • Many times.
  • more often than not it seems i just wish i could sleep. insomnia plagues me from time to time...
  • most nights
  • kinda. i like dreaming. anything is possible.
  • No...but sometimes I have wanted to go to sleep for a few days because I was having some problem or another and just wanted to "get through it" without having to deal with it! I think that is natural and normal. But as for "never" waking up? I'd miss out on what's over the next hill or what is around the next corner. Maybe I might win the Lotto some day and be on easy street...but if I'm not here anymore than all those possibilities go away with me..not to mention what it would do to my family and friends. :)
  • Yes. But mostly I wish I could go to sleep and wake up some day when the pain has decided to stop. Just, sleep through the pain. You know?
  • Not really. I have certain things and people to look forward to when I wake up. :)
  • Yes, from time to time. But later on I snap out of it and realize that I have a purpose and a reason to live and that I have to be strong and be there for those I love...my family, my friends, my pets and for others who feel helpless.
  • Doesn't that mean your dead???? Nah never wished that
  • Several times in my life. I used to wake up and cry because I was waking up. I hope I don't ever go that low again. It is awful.
  • Many times I've gone to bed praying for God to not let me wake up because I don't have the balls to do it myself and because suicide would hurt my family too much.
  • Actually, lately, I've been wanting to wake up and never sleep. I'm my worst all alone in bed. I think I miss having someone to sleep beside. I just feel incredibly lonely then...
  • When Chelsea lose.
  • During my divorce and being seperated from my kids yes everyday.
  • When i hit rock bottom i did. When i was heavy into drugs and saw all the damage and devastation i had caused i didnt want to live another second. After i had a near death experience i realized there is more to life than drugs and i could fix myself and do my best at mending everything around me that had once fallen apart. Since then ive been sober for 8 months and still going strong. Without my family i dont know where i would be right now.
  • No, I love mornings and it's often the highlight of my day. But even when depressed, at least I look forward to them. But I often don't like the length of the days and I look forward to going to sleep again so the morning will be closer to me yet again
  • Yes many times. With chronic pain, it gets to you sometimes.
  • I used to. Then my kids were born giving me a reason to live. Smiles, Laughs and of course a dirty diaper to boot. I wouldn't change one minute for anything.
  • Thats the wish I make every night.
  • Everyday since I was 13 I've wished that.
  • Yes and I try to do just that.
  • Yes, sometimes that just seems so peaceful to me.
  • Frequently, especailly at the moment.
  • all the time
  • Yes all the time. I am suffering from severe spinal problems and always in excruciating pain.
  • No. One day that will happen..until then I will make the best of every day that I have. No matter how rotten my day is, if I try, I can always find something to smile about and be thankful for. :-)
  • It's amazing how much you can sleep when you are depressed.
  • yeah, i've been there. not the best feeling in the world.
  • Yes, but insomnia prevents it.
  • only when i'm mentally and physically exhausted. but i don't wish it in the death kind of way, just sleep for a week to catch up .. you know
  • I've wished that many times in my life and I'm so glad it didn't happen. I was in unbearable emotional pain and truly thought I just couldn't possible bear any more anguish. It was always about other people in my life.
  • I just wish I could sleep for longer than 4 hours at a time.
  • Lot's of times off and on for the past 6 years now. I guess I have to make friends with those kinds of feelings.
  • No. I love to wake up in the morning or in the evening.
  • Depends on the dream.
  • I know I've experienced that feeling before, when I was sad, inconsolable, and didn't think I'd ever feel good again. But I was wrong, I got through the bad, I learned, I grew, and lived the other side of the spectrum also, going to sleep and couldn't wait to get up. I'm like alot of people, not upbeat all the time, sometimes depressed, sometimes so depressed it takes over. many of the greatest contributors have been depressed people. Artists, musicians, writers, philosophers. Sadness makes us go deep and deep is where you'll find compassion, empathy, unity, all things that make us uniquely and wonderfully human. Hold on to hope, and let the end be when it was meant to be - a time that you have we, mercifully, have no pre-knowledge of. when you can't go it alone, reach out, someone will find you.
  • every single time i go to bed, i hope i dont wake up. everyrine a jet flies over i wish it was really a nuclear bomb dropping on me. and when i cross the road, i hope i dont reach the other side.
  • yea, all the time. but then im glad when i get to wake up and deal with the same bores of life all over again:)
  • That's definitely mot one of my wishes yo...
  • If that's how you are feeling you need to take a look at your life and figure out what's working for you and what is bringing you down. You may find that some changes will take away that feeling. Life is awesome and it's far too short for us to lose days to that emotion. Maybe getting out and making new friends or doing things that you've always wanted to do but haven't will change your outlook. Good weather is coming to. A great opportunity to enjoy yourself.
  • No. Having been almost killed quite a number of times ( two years in Vietnam, an almost fatal military parachuting accident, several motorcycle and bicycling accidents, etc ), a "good day" is a day I wake up and can put both feet on the floor. Most of the troubles I've had in my life seemed far bigger at the time than they do in retrospect.
  • Yes frequently...
  • Its called death and eventually but not for many years
  • Yes I do, but only due to the fact my life not o good right now. Have faced so many problems over the last few years, plus the bettle I have with my mother with her drink problems and the abuse I suffered as a child from her boyfriend. So i wish myself to sleep and wish I would not wake up. Though I try for the sake of my two children.
  • sometimes..just in the last year..i'm sure it will get better soon
  • yes. every day lately. does anyone know the best/easiest way to go about making this happen?
  • No, actually. I'm atypical depressive. I don't want to sleep, partly because waking up brings stomach problems. I never sleep well. And I wish I could go without sleep, indefinitely.
  • yes an i will someday' just don't have the guts right now .
  • To never wish to wake-up is a serious link to depression. Consider visiting a psychologist and speaking with a trained profession on this ordeal. Failure to do so may result in suicide.
  • No not really.
  • i feel like doing that all the time but it never happens =(
  • i am 53 years old and i can remember as far back as maybe 5 years old praying to god please don't let me wake up in the morning // i still pray to god every night // he just doesnt listen to me!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • have to say sometimes YES. when life get to hard to deal with..heart aches, stress bah bah
  • some day's when it feels like no one is there for you anymore i just want to sleep and escape in my dreams but i know things always have to look up
  • lol...If I did that then I would be described in clinical terms "dead"!
  • Not any longer. That passed when I outgrew being a teenager.
  • Sounds to me that you are referrin to go to sleep and die in your sleep. Before I did but now I have someone meaningful in my life that keeps me moving.
  • yeah i have, i changes depending on how my day has been and what i have the next day. the point is that i dont feel it much any more, so there is hope for anyone. life gets better only if you let it.
  • Only at the end of a very long and useful life!
  • Not anymore. Try spending 48hrs in the box!
  • I have been in that mood before.
  • I'm still asleep... I'm waiting to wake up...
  • there was times that I did. When I felt trapped. Now I just wanna kill people . I want people to die. Fake pretentious people should die . People that charge too much for gas should die. Child rapists should die. I have a long list that I make and it temporarily quites the supressed rage
  • almost every night :(
  • Yes, but oh it never happens, damn you morning! damn you!
  • Sometime's, I'm ready for that trip.
  • I have. It was one of the days that I cried for 3 days. Seriously, it was straight. I may not have cried when I slept, which was why I just didn't want to wake up. I only slept for a couple hours that whole time...
  • yes, often, I also imagine what it would be like not to wake up & wish 1 hour before I go to sleep that I won't wake up. (bad way to be really)
  • I have had depression since about age 13, and the battle has raged all my life (I just turned 50). I feel guilty for feeling suicidal, and I definitely believe with my whole soul in God, so I just keep praying. I have tried about every pill they ever made, years of psychotherapy, thought I was doing okay, but after a radical hysterectomy after the birth of my third child, I have gained weight enourmously, no sex drive, hate myself, and nothing works. I have a wonderful family, but the death of my dad and brother lately have just magnified everything. God's love is the only thing that keeps me here!
  • Yes ,sometimes , i alsothink that alot of people do , maybe play some music or try some things that will cheer you up, life is so short and i think that sometimes we dont realise that we only live once in this world...the things that we go through will make us stronger and better,, if you just feel like sleeping , and you think that it will make you feel better then dont resist it, if you are sick of doing it , clean your room , clean something!!
  • No, there are just too many people that i want to see die before i do.
  • As a child I used to pray and tell God if this was what living was then please I didn't want to do it anymore and I didn't want to wake up. And when the sun rose and I did wake up I would cry and wonder why God didn't listen to me. As an adult I have had many days too many to count when the last thoughts I had when I closed my eyes was please oh please don't let me wake up I just can't do it anymore. And still when I do part of me is relieved and part of me is saddened, I hope one day I won't have those feelings and I won't suffer from that kind of depression.
  • i wish i could go back to sleep sometimes when it is a really good dream!
  • Nah, in fact most of the time I'm pretty happy and gratful just to be able to stand up in the morning. There are so many people in this world who can't even stand up to get out of bed when they wake because of an illness or whatever. In my opinion if you're able to stand on two feet and in good health, you really have nothing to bitch about. Tell someone in a wheel chair that you don't want to get up in the morning because it's too hard, tell someone with cancer, huntingtons disease, or any other debilitating disorder that it's just too hard.
  • I have to wake to a smelly fecal smell everyday, i smell like poo because my intestines are leaking undigested food into my bloodstream i smell, u dont know how lucky you guys are, live ur life to the fullest, no one knows what i go through on a daily basis. ur lucky! remember that!
  • yeah.. but if the next day was going to be a happy fun day I wouldn't wish that night XD
  • Many times in my Life I have felt this way !! Until about two years Ago !! I No Longer Experience these feelings.. Thank God :)
  • I used to during the 9 years I spent taking care of my invalid mother and no light at the end of the tunnel. She died in 2006 and now that I look back, I can say I did what was best for her and honestly feel that I did the right thing by sticking with her and making her life comfortable as I could.
  • yes and sometimes i really believe it will make things better for me and everyone around me
  • yes everynight.
  • i did once. i was very lonely and i thought that no one understood my want so badly to express myself. i sometimes still have thoughts that i am not good enough or not pretty enough but when i really think about it.. what would i do if there wasn't tomorrow. tomorrow gives you a chance to be happy again a chance to actually be who you want to be. without tomorrow. there would be no me.
  • yeah once a month, as a rule, then i get over it XD
  • Yes I have felt that way. Meds have helped alot as far as reducing the frequency and intensity of those feelings. I have often thought that is one of the reasons I have a child that I know I have to be here for because no one can take care of her the way I do. I am also lucky to have supportive family and friends that I wouldn't necessarily share those feelings with but manage to know still when something is not right with me. I have learned to Shower right away, get dressed and stay up as long as possible so I don't waste away in bed alone with these terrible thoughts. I think making a memory book with photos and positive affirmations would be a good goal for you.
  • anyone who tells you your wrong for feeling that way is an ass! i feel that way every day and and every night and as far as everyone else is concerned im as normal as can be! i talk about my sever depression nonchalantly to get it off my back but it doesnt go away by any means, i love life as much as i hate it...and i hate it alot! every time i go to bed i wish to not wake up.. but unless i get stabbed to death in my sleep it aint gonna happen (shitty i know) there aint shit you can do about it exept try to feel better about whatever is pissing you off but chances are its not gonna happen so my honest advise would be to get used to being horribly depressed on the inside all the time but being ok with it, (hey if we're lucky a meteor will fall from the sky someday and smash our faces in!! good luck)............seriously.........thats my advice no joke (just in case you thought it was)
  • Yes i have been having that feeling since i was 12.. and sometimes i think about it too. im 23
  • The answer is yes, however, there is way out of feeling this way. I have felt that way when I have been diagnosed for major depression. During those times I have gotten treatment from therapists and psychiatrists which has helped me recover. Please seek the help of a mental health professional and if you don't feel strong enough to take that step, enlist the aid of a close friend or relative to get you the help you need. Although you may feel hopeless, please know that depression is highly and successfully treatable.
  • yes, every time i go to sleep!
  • definately.
  • All the time!

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