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Have any of you been so embarrassed after you've been caught daydreaming?

Have any of you believed in your MDD to an extend that years past and you've noticed that they never came true? How did it make you feel?

Did any of you believe you'd still get away with achieving things, in spite you've been distracted by your daydreams?

Has daydreaming effected your relationships to an extent that you've almost winded up bitterly alone?

Has everything you've hoped to fulfill in life nearly got sacrificed all for your excessive imagination?


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I’m 15 and I live with my mom, dad, grandma, and two brothers who are home from college. Since my room is essentially the living room, people are always coming down. I love music and it’s always been one of my passions in life but it’s also usually a trigger for my MDD. I do this weird jump- walking thing around my whole downstairs floor and I’m always getting caught by my family even though I just try to play it off. It’s the worst feeling ever.

MDD fills that is not in real life. if you got something that is in MDD, there is no reason to keep Daydreaming, the problem that is never enought because it's pure fantasy. it's pure pain.

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