Maladaptive Daydreaming: where wild minds come to rest
Alan has not received any gifts yet
Posted on November 23, 2014 at 7:27pm 3 Comments 2 Likes
Posted on October 17, 2013 at 5:29pm 4 Comments 3 Likes
If you truly want help read the whole thing....
I hope this helps you guys.
I noticed that whenever I would think I would not daydream. By thinking I mean basically talking to yourself (and only to yourself) in your head. By doing this I controlled the urge to daydream. I know they say to avoid triggers like music, t.v., etc. to prevent daydreaming but I thought to myself "what kind of life is that?" And I decided to find a way to stop maladaptive daydreaming.…Continue
Comment Wall (4 comments)
You need to be a member of Wild Minds network to add comments!
Join Wild Minds network
Hey Alan! Didn't catch your message in time. How are you? :)
Thank you for geting back to me. I'm at a stage now where I am finding it really hard to focus on doing normal things because I will slip into a daydream. All day today I have been slipping into a daydream and it has lasted for 7 hours now. I am starting to slip into it and not even realise I'm doing it, the only thing that will alert me is the loud humming sound i will sometimes make when I am daydreaming.
Welcome! Thanks for joining!