Posted by Brandon Adorlee on Friday, 14 February, 2020 21:12:17
If someone is so depressed that they stay in bed all day, a good goal for them is to get up and take a shower. For another person who's also depressed but makes it to work, their goal might be to
As others have said, staying in bed allows you to avoid the world. Unfortunately you can't avoid the consequences of staying in bed. They always will catch up to you. Bed is comfortable, bed is safe, but you have to stay on top of your responsibilities too.
Coles tries to stay in bed all day but it turns out that checking it off his bucket list is going to be harder than he thought
Okay so I suffer from panic disorder and recently broke up with my boyfriend and all i want to do is sleep all day, I've got a month off as I start my new job on the 29th, and I'm so tired all the time, I have no motivation at all, all i want is to stay in bed and watch movies, I really don't know how to get out of it, I just feel exhausted for no reason
Other than that he's always been fairly healthy and active. However I am concerned because since the retirement he tends to just lay in bed all day (we live in the same apartment and based on my observations I'd guess he spends at least 18 hours in bed on average). I want to find out more about the situation in question.
Thank you for the interesting comments. I came to this site to find out why I, like many of you, like staying in bed….all day, every day if possible. Trouble is that the common thread is only my wanting to stay in bed…I'm happy there and comfortable. Sure like many of you I have had personal problems,but I handled them and moved on.