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Getting through those nights

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Mwee
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Hi Loves... I know I've mentioned my method for getting through those long nights before, but since we have so many new faces on board, I thought I'd throw it out again. I load up my MP3 player with audiobooks and it's my constant companion when I trying to get to sleep or when I wake up in middle of the night. You can't get those intrusive thoughts and listen to a story at the same time. Fall asleep and miss something... just start the story over. You can purchase audiobooks or download them free from your library. I hopes this helps. ((((HUGS)))) Maria

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leesag
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Joined: Jan 2010

Hi Maria,

I don't listen to an audiobook, but I have book light so if I wake up I can read my Nook without disturbing my husband.

Leesa

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Mwee
Posts: 1316
Joined: Nov 2009

So nice to hear from you! I love ebooks, also.
love, Maria

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vanessamood
Posts: 52
Joined: Apr 2012

I agree with Mwee. I listen to audio books when icannot go to sleep. Often in the morning I wake up and the tape is finished and I have gone to sleep. Then I have to backtrack and find out where I left off. Gets your mind off your problems. I go to my doctors next week to find out the results of my Cscan....

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