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will it really stop?

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I love how straightforward this is, but to tell the truth, I'm not sure anyone really knows. It does for some people, it doesn't for most. You just gotta decide which one you're going to be, I guess.

there are decisions that lies not in our hands. there are things our decisions cannot control. yeah, no one really knows. thats how uncertain life can be.

thanks, the only 1 to reply.. :-D

Godbless.


Mubashra said:

I love how straightforward this is, but to tell the truth, I'm not sure anyone really knows. It does for some people, it doesn't for most. You just gotta decide which one you're going to be, I guess.

No it won't.

Unless you train yourself to watch for triggers, go to a therapist to talk things out, keep your mind incredibly busy, accept that you have an active imagination - it will stay at the same level. You can minimize it but it's a life long thing like keeping off weight.

And there's nothing to be ashamed of.

:) thanks




Aquarius said:

No it won't.

Unless you train yourself to watch for triggers, go to a therapist to talk things out, keep your mind incredibly busy, accept that you have an active imagination - it will stay at the same level. You can minimize it but it's a life long thing like keeping off weight.

And there's nothing to be ashamed of.

It won't stop even if you gain control over it - but it may become less disturbing.
It may be true that it will not stop, but I still want to believe it will even though I get frustrated, depressed and hopeless, I dont want to lose hope. I rather believe it would so that I wont stop working on it..

thanks Alison :)



Alison said:
It won't stop even if you gain control over it - but it may become less disturbing.

I think the answer is: it depends. It helps if you can figure out what’s causing your MD (like an emotional issue, being highly creative, etc.), as you’ll have to take different steps to manage it. I notice that when I focus on dealing with the underlying issues, the daydreaming goes down on its own. Plus, I focus on things that I enjoy to crowd the daydreaming out. I find writing and blogging to be helpful since they allow me to be creative but keep me from staying in my head too long. It’s an everyday effort, and it’s not always easy, but it’s necessary to keep the daydreams under control.

You will always be a daydreamer, but that doesn’t have to be a bad thing. While daydreams can get in the way sometimes, they can also be useful. They show you important things about yourself that you can use to grow as a person. For this reason, I use them in constructive ways, like identifying problem areas in my life. In my opinion, if life made you a maladaptive daydreamer…then try to make the most of it in the best way you can. Try to find ways to make your daydreams a positive part of your life.

Hope this helps you :)

Thank you :)




Gina Marie Eaton said:

I think the answer is: it depends. It helps if you can figure out what’s causing your MD (like an emotional issue, being highly creative, etc.), as you’ll have to take different steps to manage it. I notice that when I focus on dealing with the underlying issues, the daydreaming goes down on its own. Plus, I focus on things that I enjoy to crowd the daydreaming out. I find writing and blogging to be helpful since they allow me to be creative but keep me from staying in my head too long. It’s an everyday effort, and it’s not always easy, but it’s necessary to keep the daydreams under control.

You will always be a daydreamer, but that doesn’t have to be a bad thing. While daydreams can get in the way sometimes, they can also be useful. They show you important things about yourself that you can use to grow as a person. For this reason, I use them in constructive ways, like identifying problem areas in my life. In my opinion, if life made you a maladaptive daydreamer…then try to make the most of it in the best way you can. Try to find ways to make your daydreams a positive part of your life.

Hope this helps you :)

You just have to believe that it will stop or you will one day be able to manage your mdd. I am always trying and never giving up. I really really want to stop. I have been able to manage it, but I have my ups and downs. I am always on the search for new ways to control or stop mdd for myself. Stay strong and stay fighting.
Thank you :)



Yolandi Wells said:
You just have to believe that it will stop or you will one day be able to manage your mdd. I am always trying and never giving up. I really really want to stop. I have been able to manage it, but I have my ups and downs. I am always on the search for new ways to control or stop mdd for myself. Stay strong and stay fighting.

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