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Having A Special Mind

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I was a Daydreamer since I was born, but I didn't struggle in school until I was as a teenager. I guess, courses got harder and more diverse—not just English, Phys ed, History and Math. I thought…Continue

Why I didn't play sports for quite a while

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I am starting a new lifestyle of sports...never played sports for 13-14 years because of my MDD. In that time frame I only focused on studying art & design. Unfortunate, sports mates can tell…Continue

effected everything

Started May 15 0 Replies

If I hadn't been an MDD'er, I probably would have been a much better person today. Since I was a kid in the 90's my parents would drive me across the country side, whether we were in Canada, America…Continue

Previsions are different from DD

Started May 12 0 Replies

When your young, you can't help...WHY are these DD's there? And then you can only assume they are telling you things, like a stream of messages. DD adapt from movies, shows and books that you love.…Continue

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Fallen Messenger commented on Jessica Ballantyne's blog post No Title
"I think you're focusing too much on the negatives. Yes, MD is a mental condition that causes us to drift from reality and face the things you listed, and the worst part of MD is that we are completely conscience about it. But there are also…"
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Fallen Messenger liked Jessica Ballantyne's blog post We're all just flesh and blood...we are not dreams.
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Fallen Messenger commented on Jessica Ballantyne's blog post We're all just flesh and blood...we are not dreams.
"I agree with this. I honestly believe the only careers MD benefits are careers that require high creativity, such as authors, screenwriters, or markers. We tend to go on autopilot most of the time, and most careers aren't suited for us. People…"
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Jessica Ballantyne commented on Jessica Ballantyne's blog post We're all just flesh and blood...we are not dreams.
"YES. I only learned right now that Daydreaming is not KEY to getting what you want. You DO have to get out of your head and OUT of yourself to think, focus and react to a situation properly in order to make it work. Unfortunately I literally lost…"
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Jessica Ballantyne commented on Jessica Ballantyne's blog post No Title
"I have to idea if my life will ever change....."
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Xander commented on Jessica Ballantyne's blog post No Title
"I learned a lot through my life as well. My MD has caused me to have social anxiety and develop anger issues. I'm so dependent on others. I'm afraid to find a job. I'm afraid to make friends. I don't feel any attachment to my…"
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Xander commented on Jessica Ballantyne's blog post We're all just flesh and blood...we are not dreams.
"I feel as if a lot of my friends left me because my MD caused me to push them away. "
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Xander liked Jessica Ballantyne's blog post We're all just flesh and blood...we are not dreams.
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We're all just flesh and blood...we are not dreams.

Freelancing at home on my computer, I received strong mental reflections of my past and how MDD has changed everything for me. If I had a perfectly normal mind (non-imaginative) that doesn't DD, I never would have received too much terrible and unpleasant feedback from so many people. I would have had better relationships and a circle of friends if I hadn't gone there; if my mind were different, I'd certainly pay more attention to others, be a more amiable, acceptable and respectable type of…See More
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Jessica Ballantyne commented on Jessica Ballantyne's blog post Looking ahead to better a Lifestyle
"I'm getting health effects too. I'm not sure if it was by MDD."
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MatthewR liked Jessica Ballantyne's discussion effected everything
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MatthewR commented on Jessica Ballantyne's blog post Looking ahead to better a Lifestyle
"I feel like I'm waking up, too. I regret the time I lost. I spent way too long imagining a better future that i forgot to actually build one. So now, I'm basically back where i started. I'm glad you're feeling optimistic. You…"
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To Wake Up

Posted on May 22, 2017 at 8:55am 0 Comments

Did anybody else feel really scared waking up from MDD? How did everybody else experience this? I feel like I got a hell of a lot to make up for.

Still dig world events & politics & historical figures

Posted on May 21, 2017 at 9:28am 0 Comments

When I unloaded my feelings on wild minds, it actually made a difference. I am turning into a new person. I realize that I'm not alone with MD. I realize that MD has its positives too. It's just another way of thinking and conceptualizing. Ordinary people who don't DD—think people who DD don't live in the 'real world.' I do take interest in Word events and politics at certain times—and do enjoy discussing Donald Trump and his party with my family—that is if I'm in the mood. I'm not a…

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We're all just flesh and blood...we are not dreams.

Posted on May 17, 2017 at 4:44pm 3 Comments

Freelancing at home on my computer, I received strong mental reflections of my past and how MDD has changed everything for me. If I had a perfectly normal mind (non-imaginative) that doesn't DD, I never would have received too much terrible and unpleasant feedback from so many people. I would have had better relationships and a circle of friends if I hadn't gone there; if my mind were different, I'd certainly pay more attention to others, be a more amiable, acceptable and respectable…

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I'm sorry that I ever decided to MDD.... 1. When I got older, it made me more disoriented, unfocused and foggy, not to mention tired. 2. People are constantly repulsed that I don't listen. 3. I didn'…

Posted on May 16, 2017 at 1:54pm 3 Comments

I'm sorry that I ever decided to MDD....

1. When I got older, it made me more disoriented, unfocused and foggy, not to mention tired.

2. People are constantly repulsed that I don't listen.

3. I didn't make very many friends...nor got engaged. It makes you extremely quiet and absent around people.…

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