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Melaluna Sleep Aid

by Alisa lisa Sophia (2019-05-20)

How many self-help books have you read on Melaluna Sleep Aid this subject? How many talks have you attended in an attempt to ignite that spark? To have the elusive light bulb moment, you know the moment where everything just clicks in to place, and you just know... this is it! From a young there is a 'pressure' to find your thang. THE thing that is yours, and yours alone. The thing that means you wake up every day longing to do it, and have to force yourself to sleep at night because you are so busy in the throes of passion that is not of the bedroom variety. When you are really little you are allowed to dream. The adults ask 'what do you want to be when you grow up?' and you are allowed to say anything you want. Of course your knowledge of what is available to you is limited to 'unrealistic' jobs, like an astronaut or pilot, actor, or dancer, to the traditionally 'professional' roles of a teacher, a fire fighter, a police officer, a doctor or lawyer. Whatever you say to your elders at this point is likely to be met with encouragement. This kid has ambition, they think, and who am I to crush their dreams with the harsh realities of working life... and if you were a really intuitive kid you may have noticed how they stared off wistfully into the nothingness of their old dreams, but probably you had already turned back to the amazing game you just made up, living the life of imagination and magic, owning a business, building forts or clubs, making perfume with roses, painting your next abstract number or writing a play. Fast forward a few years and the pressure starts. The teachers say you must have an idea; you think you have no idea. Your parents are worried you'll end up on the dole; you're worried you'll end up like them. Your friends all seem to know where they are going; you want to go and hide under the duvet.