Are you afraid

Canada
June 26, 2007 11:26pm CST
Of the dark ??? Wheen you go to bed do you leave a light on ??? I`m not afraid of the dark but I do leave a light on so I can see my way to the bathroom ... Do you leave a light on ?????
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@gabs8513 (48710)
• United Kingdom
28 Jun 07
I will not walk into a Dark Bedroom if I can help it I will put the light on before it gets to dark that is because of something that happened to me when I was child I am ok once I go to bed but the light has be on before it gets dark
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• Canada
30 Jun 07
Theres nothing wrong with that , as long as you can sleep with them on , I leave one on at night so I don`t trip going from one room to another ... We`ve all been ther at one point in our lives and it doesn`t mean we`re afraid of the dark , only that we need a little security in the dark ... Thanx alot ...
@Ashgun (472)
27 Jun 07
I would say that I WAS afraid of the dark when i was single lol... Since i got married every night i have my husband by my side and if ever i wake up there is a night lamp just beside my bed so that i can switch it on whenever i need to go to the bathroom! But before i got married i was always having a light on so that i feel a little bit more secured lol... Actually i am not afarid of the dark but the small light give me the assurance that i can see around whats going on...
• Canada
29 Jun 07
I know what you mean there , I was scared of the dark but am not so much now that I have a partner , or should I say now that I have my shepard Zues , I don`t hae to worry about anything knowing he`s here , he My Big Baby . Even still I leave a light on soI can see when I use the washroom ... Even then he waits outside the door til I`m done , My Baby ,My Protector ... I love him ...
@oasis_9 (832)
• Philippines
27 Jun 07
I'm really afraid of the dark and i don't know why... maybe its because when you are in a dark room you don't know what's coming at you... and that scares me! ;) as much as possible i leave the lights on but sometimes i can't sleep when its too bright
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• Canada
27 Jun 07
I know what you mean about sleepin with nthe lights on it keeps me awake ...
@psyche49f (2511)
• Philippines
27 Jun 07
No, I don't turn off the light completely. There's a small lamp that I leave on through the night, and the kitchen light in case I need to go to the bathroom. Also, we leave the light on outside the house, just in case of intruders...there are times that I am really afraid of the dark, especially when I'm in another place; in our home though, I am not, although for security reasons I leave at least 3 lights on for the whole night.
• Canada
27 Jun 07
I only keep one on so I don`t bump into anything or trip ... I have a BIG German Shephard so I don`t woeey about intruders , not like I did before I got him ...
• Philippines
25 Apr 08
When I was a child, yes, I am scared of the dark. I asked my mom to left the light outside of our room on until the morning. As of now, I'm not afraid anymore, but still, my sister and I use a small lamp in our bedroom.
• United States
25 Apr 08
We have a lava lamp in our bedroom that we turn on at night, plus a small nightlight in the bathroom. Both of them give off colored light, which I find is more subtle, but still enough to see without turning on lights at night.
@twoey68 (13651)
• United States
20 Mar 08
If I'm by myself then yes, I leave a light on...if Hubby is here then no, I don't need one. When he used to work nights I'd sleep on the couch with the tv on and the kitchen light on. Now that he's home all the time I don't worry about it. I do however leave a light on at night when my Nephew stays overnight. !!HAPPY EASTER!! **AT PEACE WITHIN** ~~STAND STRONG IN YOUR BELIEFS~~
@katty0004 (387)
• United States
2 Jul 07
I usually leave a light for my husband . That way when he comes home from work and come to bed he won't step on the dogs they are both coal black and hard to see in the dark . So its more him not to step on them.
@ElicBxn (61137)
• United States
30 Jun 07
we leave a light on in the kitchen to help us get thru the obstical course at night. both the living & non-living objects.