I don’t sleep well.
I am in a sleep paralysis.
I can’t go to bed, and I am not sure if I will wake up.
I know that when I wake up, I will be in a different state, but it feels like it will never end.
I cannot go to the toilet, and the toilet is closed.
My body is screaming.
I feel like I am going to die.
It is not normal, but this is the reality that we live in.
In the past month, I have spent over 2,500 hours on a programme called Ghosted, which is an hour-long television series that tells the stories of the ghosts that haunt the halls of high school.
I have seen so many people sleep on television that I can only describe it as a nightmare.
I have watched people sleep for hours on end in front of a mirror.
The images I have seen on screen are horrifying.
The episodes are short, and often only last a few minutes.
The stories that are told are horrific.
The programme is set in an imaginary school in America.
The school is run by a school counselor and his daughter, but I know from experience that it is not an easy place to be a girl.
My mother is a counsellor in a community of counsellors.
She is also the school counselor.
My mother is not the brightest, and has not had any good luck with the boys.
But she has done all she can, and she has been able to give me a good start in life.
I am one of the many students at this school.
I started my journey to become a counselled student in September 2016.
It is a wonderful experience, and my school is one of many in the district.
I would not trade this for anything.
I think about what I could be doing, what I might be doing.
I do not want to die a lonely, broken-hearted teenager.
I will never stop dreaming about what life would be like if I had not gone to school.
If you or anyone you know needs help, please call the Samaritans on 116 123 or go to any Samaritans branch.
The Samaritans is a national charity which is based in Manchester and runs 24/7.
It offers free, confidential support to anyone who needs it.
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