BY BOB SHENEFELT
As I heard in Neal Walsch’s writing’s, “to be sane is to be out of your mind”.
If I keep something in my head it usually drives me crazy. I make up stories. I go into fear mode. See things with a twist. It is not a great use of my time or brain.
When I share with someone what is going on in my head, whether it be a dream, idea, fear, etc... I become somewhat detached from the thought. Then I have the chance to decide what to do with it, if anything.
Rather than letting things fester. It helps me to find someone I can trust to share and be “out of my mind”
It is fun and productive!