My case won't turn on from the power button now, so I have to turn it on from my motherboard, and it gets kind of tedious... : anyways I was just wondering if its bad for my SSD to Hibernate or Sleep my computer so I don't have to go through my computer to turn it on again?
Hibernate, no. Because hibernation writes to the drive. It's not as bad as you might think but it's still discouraged.... it's also kinda pointless on a desktop with an SSD, as boot times are fast anyway.
Sleep, yes. That just saves to memory.
If your power button is broke try connecting your reset button to the power button connectors. It should work. Or buy a switch.
to maximize SSD life you want to minimize writes to it.
sleep/standby works by turning nearly everything off in your computer except keeping power flowing to the RAM thereby keeping you computer in state. sleep makes minimal writes to the drive.
hibernate (also called bybrid sleep) works similarily except instead of keeping RAM powered it copies everything in RAM to the drive so it can fully power down the copies that data back onto the RAM when resuming. this writes the entire contents of your RAM to the SSD everytime you hibernate. if you have 8G RAM then you're writing up to 8G to your SSD everytime.
the best thing you can do to save both power and drive wear is to fully shut down, and with boot times on a SSD that's not much of an inconvenience anyway.