When I was first joined this site, someone said that forcing yourself not to daydream would just make it worse. After a while, I realized that at the times I force myself to focus on the task at…Continue
so my brother is older than me, old enough to drive, so my parents are planning to get him a car. One day they were talking about driving in the other room and I just happened to say something about…Continue
When I was first joined this site, someone said that forcing yourself not to daydream would just make it worse. After a while, I realized that at the times I force myself to focus on the task at hand, and actually manage to do it, I end up daydreaming subconsciously, and instead save the daydream as a memory. For example, I've gone to school thinking it's Thursday not because I simply messed up the date, but because I can remember the exact things I did on Tuesday and Wednesday- but those days…See More
"Off topic maybe, but I used to travel around the country with my imaginary friends in my car with me. I felt like a crazy person but it was so much fun. I preferred to travel with them than with real people.
I have painfully weaned myself off doing…"
"Agreed with everyone here, even people without MD daydream while driving, I'm pretty sure there are cases of people driving while asleep... literally asleep, like while they are sleepwalking.
Also want to add that you will probably find it…"
"I thought just like u a few months ago. I was terrified I would DD and cause an accident or something, I got even more worried when I started driving with my sister by my side CU's it wasn't only my life at risk anymore... But its like…"
"There have been a few instances in my life where I've driven to work, parked my car & had no memory of the drive in. It was like I was on autopiolet the whole ride in. Kinda freaked me out actually.
I agree with Matthew R on this. Driving…"
"Your parents are right. It really is much easier than it seems. I thought i would be terrible at driving in a straight line. But after the initial awkwardness is over, it really isn't difficult. I admit that i used to dd a lot on my way home…"
so my brother is older than me, old enough to drive, so my parents are planning to get him a car. One day they were talking about driving in the other room and I just happened to say something about how I would probably be terrible at driving because I wouldn't be able to focus at all, but i said it sortof jokingly, and they don't know about MDD. They kept saying how I'll be fine when I'm old enough to drive, and how it's actually much easier than it seems, but they don't get it, they don't get…See More
I can relate. Yes, you probably do have MD. Just becuase your daydreams are depressing doesnt mean its not maladaptive. I daydreams about very violent and depressing things, but I still have the main character who is,in a way, a idealized…"
So I read some of the posts before making an account but I didn't see any that described my problem exactlyIn my daydreams, sure, everyone likes me or whatever, I'm an ideal person, so it's maladaptive in a wayExcept, in them, my life isn't perfect- I'll always have some depressing story, like I'll have seen my parents been murdered, or my brother will have PTSD then fail at suicide and lose his memory, and I can't let him remember I exist because if he knows I exist he'll get PTSD again and…See More
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