Where wild minds come to rest
Hi Mattie, I'm 20.
I'm pretty sure that I've been doing this since preschool!
I'm 21 and I have been doing this since I was a young child. I guess MD sticks around to keep you happy when you need it.
I'm 28 and have been daydreaming for at least half that time.
Sallyann - Yes, I wonder what goes on in people's minds that don't have this - that's just one thing that I cannot imagine.
I am in my 60's but have been daydreaming since I can remember. Didn't even know it was anything unusual until recently. Have always led a full life with many "actual" friends" and see no reason to alter this behavior. I feel sorry for people who don't have this great gift, and so have to settle for an ordinary life. I much prefer the thrilling.
Hi, I am 33. I have had this since I was an infant, before I could even move or walk.
I had a bald spot on my head from banging my head in my crib, as soon as I could climb out I would climb out of my crib in the middle of the night and rock in my rocking chair and listen to my Mickey Mouse record.
I also had (and have again, recently rediagnosed yet again in the last year) epilepsy starting when I was 3 1/2 that we know of but possibly starting at age 2.
My drs told my parents I would most likely grow out of it but I never did.
Hi there Mattie!
When I think back to it, my MD started when I was 8 years old when I got my first CD player. I think for a lot of us MD starts young, but I can see that it could be triggered later in life, as well. I'm 22 now and preparing to become a high school teacher--so I think we're all walks of life in here :)