"I'm kind of a history buff, so a LOT of my MDD incorporates other time periods and people. Yes- I actually have pintrests boards of fshions etc to fit the current daydream. I now it sounds weird, but I'm SO glad I found this site and know…"
"I guess I don't "come up" with daydreams, they just sort of seem to flow from real life events, and I just go with them. So there's always something new and different happening. I kind of like my daydreams, they're a nice…"
"As long as you can distinguish your daydream from reality, and aren't in danger of actually translating your fantasies to real life, you're OK. DD can actually be an effective way of coping with those kind of thoughts."
"Same here. Not only do I research things relevant to my "daydream" self- I remain me, but the circustances and events of my life change depending on the DD- I actually create fantasy wadrobes, houses, locales, families, etc. In addition to…"
"I've been MDD my entire life, and I honestly believe it's taught me how to multitask. Since I've lived my life and been ather successfully, all the while immersed in my daydreams, I've learned how to think about and do multiple…"
"I feel the same way. When untreated my daydreams cam literally consume hours- and I enjoy them, I just can't seem to get real life done. When treated, I miss them- terribly, it's like I lost a friend. I'm trying to find a balance,…"
"It' s like watching a movie with yourself in it on a continuous loop. I've done this ever since I can remember, and I'm 50! I think the key to not letting it get debilitating is the ability to daydream while doing other things. I have…"
"I realized recently that the MDD seemed less intense when I was on Zoloft for OCD. I restarted it a week ago, hoping to get some control back. So far, no difference, but I've read that it can sometimes take 4-6 weeks before anti depressants…"