Maladaptive Daydreaming: where wild minds come to rest
Ah, yes. I'd say that procrastination is a major thing.
Though, I couldn't tell you how to stop procrastinating, because I'm still trying to figure that out.
My daydreams used to make me depressed often. I still get bouts of depression from the fact that my life is pretty dull in general, and I don't do much of anything, but it's not as much about my MD as it used to be. I have a lot of other issues, as well. My procrastination is horrible.
I have daydreamed my entire life, and I only got depression after I had basically quit for about seven months and wasn't even thinking about DD anymore. At least in my life, the two were completely unrelated.
Procrastination... um, yeah. No kidding. The only way I am able to stop procrastinating is to literally schedule out my entire day and designate time to work every day even if I don't have work due soon. I have to change the schedule a lot too because I will only stick to the schedule that I create for like a week. It does work for me though, but only if the schedules are incredibly detailed. Otherwise, I won't stick to it.