I know that sleeplessness (or over-sleeping) are symptoms of depression. Is hating sleep part of it too? I hate sleep, I really do. I feel like I haven't done anything in the day, and I feel like sleeping is somehow giving up (stupid I know). I hate seeing tomorrow, I hate seeing time pass. I don't care about my dreams much, at least not anymore. They're not an escape for me, they never really have been even when I liked them. They're just confusing if they're not depressing or terrifying. I've been known to stay awake for about twenty hours very often, sometimes staying awake for multiple days straight (my record was three to four days, don't know which). I can go to sleep fairly easily and quickly (probably because I fight it off for so long that I can barely function anymore), that isn't the problem. I just hate sleep. This can't be healthy. I guess the main reason I'm posting is, it makes me feel better to type my thoughts out. Still, I'd like to know where this is coming from. Am I becoming somniphobic?