Hypnagogic images, images that dance on the inside of your eyelids in the liminal stages between wakefulness and sleep, are strangely affectless; they float like bubbles on the mind's eye, no feeling attached to them -- unlike dreams, which are hooked into the deepest emotional centers of the brain.
The pride we have in all we accomplish, and all of which we are capable, is the usual reason we give for wanting to remain a Type A. The deeper truth is removing our Type A badge of honor is terrifying. Being Type A gives us purpose, gives our life meaning, keeps us, and those we love safe, and keeps the world spinning on its axis.
Money worries cost us a lot more than just the cash, it turns out. To increase health and life satisfaction, we need to start looking at our cash flow from a different perspective. It pays to start thinking about the real costs of the choices we make, including the impact they have on our overall health and happiness. Because isn't that what we're really living for?