Meredith Grey Monologuism

Sorry I haven’t been so diligent about the Grey’s Anatomy recently.  Here’s the monologue from this past Thursday:

When you’re little, nighttime is scary because there are monsters hiding right under the bed.  When you get older, the monsters are different.  Self-doubt, loneliness, regret, and though you may be older and wiser, you still find yourself scared of the dark.

Sleep – it’s the easiest thing to do.  You just… close your eyes.  But for so many of us, sleep seems out of our grasp.  We want it, but we don’t know how to get it.  But once we face our demons, face our fears, and turn to each other for help, nighttime isn’t so scary.  Because we realize we aren’t all alone in the dark…

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