Oni-Kami-- this is the dumbest response I have ever read online. In fact, I signed up for an ehelp account simply to tell you that. If you have no advice whatsoever, why bother wasting this person's time to say that you have no advice whatsoever? Further, your answer neglects the very question this person is asking: they are not asking you to get in their head; rather, they are asking precisely for the opinions that you refuse to offer.
To greencat: I hate waking up in the morning too, and I have my entire life. I find that without something rewarding to look forward to, I cannot justify leaving my bed, no matter how much I "want to be a morning person." On the rare occasions I do arise early (I am a graduate student, so demands on my time outside my own home are sparse--I can basically make my own schedule) I find that I have a much better day, my writing is better, and I feel more proactive and positive--you would think that would be enough to get me out of bed before 11, but alas...
Back to your question: in my experience, a lack of desire/ability (and yes, I, like you, know what it's like to be physically unable to get out of bed in the morning) is related to two things: your circadian rhythm (the biological function inherent in every living organism that tells us when to eat, sleep, procreate, migrate, hibernate, etc.) And second, for me at least, my general disposition. Are you prone to feeling depressive? For me, when life is lacking that certain panache, my over-sleeping worsens. Do you loathe your daytime activities? Not having something to look forward to would make anyone reluctant to leave the warm comfort of their bed. I would take an inventory of how your life is or is not fulfilling you and see how that could be related to your desire not to get out of bed. If you find that you actually are excited about your daytime activities, then it could simply be nothing more than a matter of habit, something a little re-training could (hopefully) turn right around.\
Best of luck!
If my response here was the dumbest, then clearly you haven't been on this site much. Every day there are incredibly shocking amounts of ignorance all over this site.
Furthermore, I was simply explaining to this person that everyone is independent, and therefore have different reasons for hating to wake up in the morning. In fact, some people love to wake up in the morning and get a start on their day even. I personally don't feel either way about it.
And lastly, the poster asked, "Why do I hate waking up in the morning?" not, "Do you hate waking up in the morning? If so, why?" or "What are your opinions on hating to wake up in the morning?" He/She asked why he/she hates to wake up in the morning. So indeed, he/she was asking us to get inside his/she head, which cannot be done (in a literal manner) and is never 100% precise (in a figurative manner).
I think the only person who can judge is Greencat. We can argue semantics all day, but the fact is, is that regardless of how Greencat phrased her/his question, what Greencat was looking for was advice and suggestions, and all you did was waste their time.