What keeps me up at night is…

What keeps you up at night? Explore stories told by people across America about what keeps them up at night. 

What keeps me up at night is wondering how many toddlers I can take in a fight. I'm thinking 37 maybe?
What keeps me up at night is a lot of cluttered thoughts that are out of my control. I always tend to have a restless sleep because I can't help but think of what could have been. Whether that's in relationships or small inconveniences, I always...
What keeps me up at night is thinking how best to grow my grandson. I am his guardian and to him, his "Mom." I have raised him alone since birth, losing his mother to drugs and other challenges. I opened my heart, my home to this...
What keeps me up at night is knowing that many people are prejudice. All people need to treat others with respect. People need to talk to one another, need to respect each other. Find out what divides us and what fears drive that division.
What keeps me up at night is the fear that some harm or nameless danger will befall my adult daughter. I imagine many parents echo that well of foreboding, that their children, regardless of their age, will be well spiritually, emotionally, mentally and physically. But to...
What keeps me up at night is mostly worry about my adult children. I worry at times if they will be happy, healthy and financially stable. I wonder what their retirement will look like. Will they have ALL of their needs met: materially AND spiritually? Will...
What keeps me up at night is thinking about the angry people storming the Capitol today claiming it as “their house.” I remembered my time as a congressional intern, I thought of the amazing people I worked with there who are still working there, and if...
What keeps me up at night is the sinking feeling that I may not live up to my friends and family's expectations or the feeling of dread I get whenever I make a mistake. What keeps me up at night is the haunting feeling of failure...
What keeps me up at night is the conditions of prisons. It's a very sad place and being there can make it very hard for people to make the proper changes when they're released.