I have tried many times to explain to my Therapist and Psychologist that my Daydreaming isn't normal, or consist of being healthy considering I can do it for hours at a time without doing anything else.  But still he refuses to understand the "seriousness" I try to express to him.  I even brought up the term MD and shared with him I think I may have this tho i already know I do.  And he kinda in his own way told me i was lying. His words were I go online "looking for things" and I just need to avoid getting online period (because once before I brought up having Borderline Personality Disorder only ONCE when I very first began seeing him and when he told me reasons why I couldn't be diagnosed with is I NEVER brought it up again)

But still I don't know what to do because basically he hates when I bring stuff up and I'm constantly DDing but have No help what so ever. I can't control it, or even began trying to stop it.  I really need help because nothing I do now is working and especially when we were out of school due to the weather I DDing basically the entire day and because I am an Insomniac I literally mean the entire day. 

Please I would like to know your thoughts and opinions on what you think I should do about my Psychologist. And how you think I should try to help my DDing.

Also I do have a therapist who is separate from my Pysch. She is my new one and I have only had one appointment with her but I haven't exactly brought up MD.  Do you think I should tell her or No?

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I think you should first take copies of the articles and studies done.  "Scientific American Mind" spent a year and a half fact-checking their article.  Mention that real doctors have studied it and believe in it.  If he still won't listen, leave, and find someone more open-minded.  Do the same with your new therapist.  

I can not leave, without switching facilities all together. They told me I HAD to continue seeing him until I graduate High School. There is another Psychologist but they will not allow me to see him. Also I couldn't find any articles about MD from "Scientific American Mind"



Cordellia Amethyste Rose said:

I think you should first take copies of the articles and studies done.  "Scientific American Mind" spent a year and a half fact-checking their article.  Mention that real doctors have studied it and believe in it.  If he still won't listen, leave, and find someone more open-minded.  Do the same with your new therapist.  

 

Here's the "Scientific American Mind" article http://www.scribd.com/doc/71765485/Sci-Am-Mind-Daydreaming

Here's the youbeauty.com article http://www.youbeauty.com/mind/maladaptive-daydreaming

For future reference, you might check the links page above.  

Zaneta said:

I can not leave, without switching facilities all together. They told me I HAD to continue seeing him until I graduate High School. There is another Psychologist but they will not allow me to see him. Also I couldn't find any articles about MD from "Scientific American Mind"



Cordellia Amethyste Rose said:

I think you should first take copies of the articles and studies done.  "Scientific American Mind" spent a year and a half fact-checking their article.  Mention that real doctors have studied it and believe in it.  If he still won't listen, leave, and find someone more open-minded.  Do the same with your new therapist.  

 

Don't just say "daydreaming that isn't normal". Make sure to tell him that it's an entire extremely detailed world with an ongoing storyline. Tell him that you can't control it and are literally addicted. People don't understand unless you really emphasize the seriousness of it.

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