Maladaptive Daydreaming: where wild minds come to rest
Where you're able to do stuff in real life (talk with friends) while at the same time lightly ponder a daydream. Your head is still attuned to the real world, but you're technically daydreaming too.
I've actually used this to my advantage somewhat. I'll set aside one or two hours a day to daydream, and when I daydream, I exercise. I'll walk really fast/run on the treadmill, do pushups, sit ups,…Continue
I mean, it makes sense. If someone was stuck somewhere with nothing to do, then they would start to daydream right? Maybe they would daydream about what they will do later or think about something…Continue
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...And I find myself daydreaming less and less now that I'm more busy. The only times I daydream are if I'm taking a long, slow walk to class. Sometimes I'm really late for a class, and all I can concentrate on while walking to the class is, "I'm late! I'm late! OMG!" and I can't daydream. I have 2 roommates who also distract me from daydreaming because I'm constantly talking to them. Other than that, I'm pretty much just studying and eating (not too much though, I don't want to gain the…Continue
Like all of you, I love daydreaming when I'm bored. The only time it distracts me is when I'm studying and I space out after reading 10 pages (I'm a slow reader too). Well, I'm 17 and since I was born I've always loved watching cartoons, listening to music, movies, ect. I'm an only child and for most of my childhood I watched probably about 6 if not more hours of cartoons a day. I love the colors, the stories, everything. Even to this day I love watching cartoons more than live action stuff.…Continue