"Although for me it is mostly an addiction to a fantasy world that I choose to enter for relief more than pleasure, I don't always have control over my mind daydreaming more realistic things. I suppose you could call it catastrophising about…"
"I'm so sorry. I tend to jump when I daydream. (Why??? Why is that a thing???) and I also think I have damaged my knees. I don't think I have any advice to offer, just that you aren't alone. One thing I did was use a cross…"
"Although MD can destroy lives like Andy said, it really depends on the individual and the nature of their MD. If you can become completely engrossed in your dreamworld then, just maybe, you can use that ability to immerse yourself to your advantage.…"
"I'm a long way from being in control of my MDD, but what sometimes helps me is to set aside time for it. Maybe an hour before bed and a couple hours on the weekend. You can just daydream, or mix it with an activity that doesn't require too…"
"Until reading your post, I had never linked the daydreams I sometimes have of bad things like my family dying or getting sick etc with MDD. But that would explain it. My daydreams normally have nothing to do with me or anything in common with…"