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It looks like a 2 day trip with a close friend and a big bottle of Belgium cherry beer can help me to not DD. Sadly it helps me to not do ANYTHING. I'm not living, I'm just existing.
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I'm just not sure if I know where is the line between acceptable amount of DD and an obsessive DD... Feels like I either do it full time or not at all...
i think the best we can do right now is try to control DD: accepting it, knowing what it is (thanks to this site) and what emotions generate in us. Control is the best thing to do. It's very important to understand that control is different to quitting DD.
There was actually a time when I was able to accept my DD, but then the dancing+DD got so bad that now I don't care how less time I have to do important stuff, I will put DD first and just dance away the little free time that I have, that is why I want to quit so desperately :/
You know, if we can control it, it is honestly a gift. I know I will get this MDD under control with the help of God. To me, the reason why it get's too hard to fight is because I believe that the Devil is stopping me. Now I know that to some that this is stupid, but I understand that the one way to keep us from doing our best in life is by attacking the mind first.
Honestly, I'm not sure it's even possible to quit. I've heard from others who attempted to quit DD'ing cold turkey only to have their daydreams come back even stronger after a few days. For me, I can no longer separate myself from my overactive imagination. I can't suppress it or reject it. I have only to channel it into something more productive. I don't know. What if there is no way out? What if MDD is just a part of who we are?
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