Clarification: I don't actually experiences nausea, I experience terror. Sorry.
I was watching a trailer for a new documentary called BRIEF ENCOUNTERS.
The film maker said he woke every morning feeling sick at his stomach. I
have never heard anyone else say this, but I wake every morning feeling
sick at my stomach. It's not stomach related--it's non-specific fear, I think.
It is not based on bad events ahead or behind me. No matter how great the day might be, I awake feeling sick at my stomach. It disappears after a
bit.I've been up fifteen minutes as I type this and it is mostly gone.
I have been told it is a brain chemistry thing but I wonder how common it is.
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Polis Books, 2015
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Patricia (Patti) Abbott
Patricia Abbott is the author of more than 125 stories that have appeared online, in print journals and in various anthologies. She is the author of two ebooks, MONKEY JUSTICE and HOME INVASION and co-editor of DISCOUNT NOIR. She won a Derringer award for her story "My Hero." She lives outside Detroit.