Not in bed, but in head...

Beds and heads are two important places for any person. Though one has life and the other doesn't, both spaces can make a person feel relax and also struggle with one's emotions. These two spaces are interconnected. If you are good in your head, you can sleep well in your bed and if you struggle enough in your bed, you could go mad in your head. We think a lot, of course, that's what the brains inside our heads are supposed to do, but thinking in your bed before falling asleep is completely different. Because in our beds, we not only think about us, we think about the person who is in our beds and also about the person who isn't in our beds. Whatever we think, it always processes in our heads and affects our relationship with beds and with people who, are and aren't in our beds.



Do you know, which situations make one think about a person who is in one's head but not in bed? We all do this simple yet intense thinking about people who we don't share our beds with romantically, sexually, and emotionally. Love is the main constraint that makes a person feel empty in both bed and head, especially when one misses the presence of a loved one. No matter whatever a person does to deviate himself from those intense thought processes, one always struggles in both bed and head.