Tinfoil Hat Posted June 10, 2022 Share Posted June 10, 2022 On 3/24/2022 at 9:10 PM, Puzzle said: Why do I think it should be celebrated........ I had an operation few years ago now, I don't recall anything whilst I was in my induced sleep state but when I came round, I was ecstatic for a minute before I realised where I was. At that point my heart sunk like a stone, the disappointment was so strong. It's never left me. I don't remember anything but I know I didn't want to come back. I have experienced what you're describing. When I was in my teens I went through a phase of fainting (probably a temporary hormonal imbalance, but it was never looked into so nothing was diagnosed). I bashed my head on the coffee table whe passing out once, and once I was alone in my bedroom - once was in the kitchen & I got into trouble because I hit my little sister on the way down & hurt her. That was ridiculous because I'd hit the deck so hard that some of my eye-lashes came out and were lying on the floor. But I don't think my parents believed I wasn't just messing about because I might only be out for a few seconds. The point is, to me, time didn't mean anything, and all I was aware of as consciousness settled in was a deep sense of disappointment at being back 'here' and leaving something more fulfilling behind. I could never remember any details of what was going through my mind while out, but this existence was dull and grey by comparison. 1 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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