Maladaptive Daydreaming: where wild minds come to rest
honestly, i dont mind it. ive had it basically my entire life (i didnt even just daydream like a normal child, the pacing began even when i was six) and ive never had anything traumatic happen to me. it doesnt take that much away from me (maybe 1 hr 30 mins to 2 hrs a day) and it helps me keep creative. also, it's a great stress relief, and the pacing helps me get excersize! i honestly dont see anything wrong with it. i understand if it's more severe than what I have, but for me, I think it's fine. does anyone agree?
I love my daydreams. It doesn't really bother me much. I"ve been daydreaming all my life and now its just who i am.
I don't mind my daydreaming and don't see a reason to try to stop it. It doesn't negatively effect my ability to function. I really enjoy my daydreams and would miss them if I stopped. They've been with me for about 29 years, ever since I was a little kid. Even though I know it isn't healthy to spend such a large part of my life daydreaming, it still beats the alternative.