Post-traumatic Stress Disorder


Post-traumatic Stress Disorder

Anyone else have symptoms of have they impacted your daydreaming?

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What's your story?

Started by Steph. Last reply by farrahfawn Dec 22, 2020. 11 Replies

If you don't mind sharing (talking helps), how do you think PTSD affects your daydreaming? Daydreaming only started to be a problem for me after the event I experienced (I think - it at least played…Continue

Tags: 9/11, triggers, ptsd, trauma, daydreaming

The truth that nobody tells you about daydreaming!

Started by SuSu Sep 4, 2019. 0 Replies

Hello everyone!Before I start writing this I strongly recommend you to read this book " healing the child within" for Charles Whitfield. Honestly it is life changing.Some of the opinions below are…Continue

Was a City Health Inspector

Started by Jenn Taylor Jul 24, 2018. 0 Replies

I was a City Health Inspector, Lead Paint, following up on children who tested high for lead levels. I was the good guy, generally welcomed into homes and sometimes with hugs. Making kids better. But…Continue

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Comment by Hazel simmonds on December 31, 2017 at 11:47am

Although I believe I had MD before, a traumatic incident with a car lead to my getting PTSD and made my MD more frequent and dependable. without MD i believe i would experience the true trauma caused by the accident.  

Comment by Bibby on December 23, 2013 at 10:08am

Perhaps my MD is caused by isolation.  I was raised by a family that is distant from little ones.  I was loved and cared for but interaction was limited to "go play".  

MD is the arena where I have a social life.  I've had this since I was very little.  I remember DDing around age 4.

Comment by Jan Durfee on November 18, 2012 at 8:29pm

I'm pretty sure that PTSD affects my daydreaming. In real life it's difficult for me to have a relationship due to being molested as a child. In my daydreams this person really loves me and helps me overcome my pain from the past. He loves me for who I am and finds value in me.

Comment by Cordellia Amethyste Rose on July 31, 2012 at 11:01am

Yes, in fact it's a common misconception that MD is always caused by trauma.  One of the initial doctors to study it found that, but that's been long since disproved.  Sometimes MD is caused by trauma, but sometimes it isn't.  

Comment by Sandra on July 31, 2012 at 10:30am

I read that some people start having MD as a result of a trauma (whether immediate or long term)  Did anyone else read that?


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