Schizophrenia: When Sifting Through Random Thoughts, Choose Wisely

Schizophrenia: When Sifting Through Random Thoughts, Choose Wisely

Tuesday night – December 4, 2012 … High, we meet again. Even when I was first diagnosed, I thought that I could only insert thoughts into other people’s heads but they couldn’t do the same. I’m probably on file for a lot of mental health notes. True or false? Right now, I’m flipping through my thoughts like a deck of cards. And these cards are not set in any kind of order, whatsoever. It’s all I can do to just grab at these different thoughts like I’m in outer space and my ideas are shooting stars, flying all around me. But I only have two hands, so often times I drop (or forget) an idea that I caught in one hand to make room for another idea.

Chris Milbourn, 2012

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