Where wild minds come to rest
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.
Added by Jessica Ballantyne on May 22, 2017 at 8:55am — No 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…Continue
Added by Jessica Ballantyne on May 21, 2017 at 9:28am — No 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…Continue
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.…Continue
I do wish that I could have done it so much better in life, that is, if I hadn't started MDD. Of course it enriched me with beliefs that I'd be seeing thrilling things ahead in my future. Well, everything happened vice versa, that is, because I wasn't ever concentrating. I am waking up now that I am 31. Although I am starting self-employment, on a daily basis,
I take thought on how to grow in my business of graphic design and advertising. I look forward to seeing what 10 years will…
I wasn't diagnosed with asperger syndrome (ASD) until my 30's. So, I had an emotionally chaotic time getting through life facing conflicts with many people who got the wrong ideas about me. I was special, imaginative and gifted, but couldn't connect to other ordinary, average and regular kids going to school. I often got mercilessly bullied and called 'weird' or 'strange.' Although I was highly intelligent, I was also not a very chatty child, so other peers would snap to assumptions…Continue
Today I am 31 years old. I've been a maladaptive daydreamer for roughly 20 years.
It started when I was 12 years old (circa 1998). I had problems fitting in at school and couldn't seem to communicate with peers. I had Autism too, so it was hard to relate and connect with people. While guys and girls were starting to like each other, they would hang out in groups after school. Whereas, I was so different and 'peculiar', I often went right back home to watch TV in my…Continue