How can a really sad dream be a really good thing?

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This is true.

Writing in the House of Dreams: Creative Dreaming, Creative Writing

A sad dream can make you feelout of sorts all through the following day, but it may be Nature’s way of helping you to cope with stress. Here’s how it worked for me.

As I mentioned in my last post back in July, I decided to take the whole of August off, and headed North for four glorious weeks living mostly under canvas. All that fresh air and freedom… when the time came, I did not want to come back.

I had been redrafting 24:7 right up until the day before I went on holiday, so I arrived home to a messy house and a garden full of weeds, as well as a stack of paperwork in my study that I had been putting off for months.

Top of my to-do list was my tax return. Enough said. Two days of hair-tearing and tedium.

Second was my self-publishing venture, a new e-book edition of Help your child to handle…

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One thought on “How can a really sad dream be a really good thing?

    Jenny Alexander said:
    October 4, 2013 at 6:19 PM

    Thank-you, Brian 🙂

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