So I've just spent the last two hours in a daydream, one that I a) wanted to stop from the beginning and b) found repulsive. It was about something id never want to happen, and yet I found myself unable to pull away because of the feelings of anger and victimization it gave me. This is not normal for me! Don't get me wrong, I believe any form of maladaptive daydreaming is cursed, but this?! The worse part about this is that I've noticed this form of MD getting progressively longer and my desire to engage it stronger. Has anyone else done this? I just don't wanna end up like one of those people you see on the street arguing with themselves, because that's exactly what it looks like.

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I do it on bad days haha and it is indeed like arguing with yourself. :)

It's dramatic, that makes it more engaging. It's probably also close to reality. I'm often reacting to a real event, but i couldn't react irl, so I'm just ranting in my head.

And there's also the mass muders, the voices in my head and the end of the world... But we do not speak about that :p

don't take that last thing too serious. Also don't take it not serious either ;)

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