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MatthewR liked Justin's blog post Fear?
Apr 14
MatthewR commented on Justin's blog post Fear?
"Fear is behind my daydreaming. I feel like i am unprepared for life. But this is just an error in my thinking. I know i can accomplish something if i just try. It doesn't have to be the best. It just has to be me. I'll  be like…"
Apr 14
Fallen Messenger liked Justin's blog post Fear?
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Fallen Messenger liked Justin's blog post Fear?
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Mantle commented on Justin's blog post Fear?
"There's a lot of pressure waiting for you outside, more than you can handle, so you shut yourself in. The gap between you and yourself grows wider and deeper with every second you spend in this state, meanwhile friction builds up between…"
Apr 13
Fallen Messenger commented on Justin's blog post Fear?
"Expressing ourselves outwardly is one of the most difficult tasks for a maladaptive daydreamer. We are introverts by nature. So even posting personal stories about MD on this site can help ease the burden on MD. Please ask me ANY questions about MD…"
Apr 12
Justin commented on Justin's blog post Fear?
"Thank you for your input I'm not used to talking about any of this or expressing it so thank you"
Apr 12
Fallen Messenger commented on Justin's blog post Fear?
"I feel that this is something all maladaptive daydreamers face. I fave this as well, especially when I fall away into my fantasy in public. But something that I've learned to master is integrating md into my life. Using it as a crutch in some…"
Apr 12
Justin posted a status
"I apologize for the negative blogs I've never been able to express the true issues so I kind of let lose."
Apr 11
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Fear?

I'm constantly screaming at myself, screaming STOP screaming YOUR TO OLD FOR THIS. But no matter what I do I'm still running away to my dreams.... What do I do????? Am I to scared to face reality??? To scared to face myself? Is justification of my actions to much to handle?? I'm lost and like my childhood I escape to my imagination and dreams instead of facing life and emotion.
Apr 11
Kim Katz commented on Justin's blog post Indirect Awearness
"... "in the end, i think making the social effort is the only thing that will save us" ... I think you are absolutely right !!  This is the only way ... before it is too late  ... kim"
Apr 7
MatthewR commented on Justin's blog post Indirect Awearness
"Yes, exactly. Md is essentially an act of dissociation. It takes you--the real you--out of the present and into imaginary scenarios. You never fully allow yourself to exist in the here and now. Like you say, what began as a safe place has become an…"
Apr 6
MatthewR liked Justin's blog post Indirect Awearness
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Indirect Awearness

I find myself fading into a trance of absolute disconnect, as in I almost completely vanish into my own imaginative world. In this life so full of negativity I find my daydreams a safe place that I can live in solitude completely disconnected from those around me. Most people turn to the technology surrounding us but I can't seem to do this, it is much easier to disappear into my own mind were I am always the hero of my stories or always wanted and loved by all. The problem with this is that I…See More
Apr 5
Sarah Smith and Justin are now friends
Jun 8, 2015

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Fear?

Posted on April 11, 2017 at 7:03pm 5 Comments

I'm constantly screaming at myself, screaming STOP screaming YOUR TO OLD FOR THIS. But no matter what I do I'm still running away to my dreams.... What do I do????? Am I to scared to face reality??? To scared to face myself? Is justification of my actions to much to handle?? I'm lost and like my childhood I escape to my imagination and dreams instead of facing life and emotion.

Indirect Awearness

Posted on April 5, 2017 at 2:48pm 2 Comments

I find myself fading into a trance of absolute disconnect, as in I almost completely vanish into my own imaginative world. In this life so full of negativity I find my daydreams a safe place that I can live in solitude completely disconnected from those around me. Most people turn to the technology surrounding us but I can't seem to do this, it is much easier to disappear into my own mind were I am always the hero of my stories or always wanted and loved by all. The problem with this is that I… Continue

A simple trigger

Posted on June 5, 2015 at 7:06am 0 Comments

What a beautiful world we live in although cursed to live such fast lives most don't get to experience such beauty.

I often fall into a simple dream of past time, before technology, where wielding a sword and a bow was life. Wondering the land in search of purpose enjoying nature for what it is. But of coarse this simple daydream begins to take on a life of its own, creating a elaborate storyline destined to play to the end. Filled with violent wars against evil, magic, heartache and love.… Continue

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At 8:11am on May 29, 2015, Sarah Smith said…

Hello Justin,

I wanted to say welcome. As a community of compulsive daydreamers I have found it sometimes takes awhile to get a reply. 

Love your avatar! That is Gallifreyan right? If it is you are likely thinking I should turn in my Whovian card to ask such a question. But in my defence I have not really slept yet. 

The Doctor showing up in the Tardis is a common start to many if not most of my daydream/story sessions of the last several months.

I get the blurring of lines and being lost in a personal creation. None of my creations/triggers have ever so easily swept me into my mind as ones about running with The Doctor. 

Anyway I wanted to say Welcome!!! 

 
 
 

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