Maladaptive Daydreaming: where wild minds come to rest
I will have MD permanently.
No, this isn't a pessimistic outlook on the cure for Maladaptive Daydreaming; it's a confession. I have to confess that even if a cure were an option, I would not take it. Oh! What a thing to hear myself say! But it is true.
So tell me, my fellow tortured souls: if you had a free ticket to sanity, would you take it?
The philosophy behind my belief is simple: our personalities as human beings are based on our experiences.
But experience itself is an objective priniciple; it is our perception that alters and biases the experience, and forms it into our character.
Our perception, our ability to think builds our personalities, and anyone with MD certainly has a unique method of perceiving and thinking...
I know I am a good thinker, and I fear the worst should my MD be altered, considering it is the method by which I do so.
After reading what you wrote, I'm actually planning on trying this. I just need to find my bracelet or whatever to help. I think getting back into journaling as a spiritual practice and centering prayer will help, too. I just need to take the time to do both.
Heinriech Heisner said:
@Heidi & greyartist: I'm telling ya, if you really want it to go away, you can practice it out of existence, but you really have to be dedicated to doing it and have a strong desire to let it go.
how do you practice it away???