Maladaptive Daydreaming: where wild minds come to rest
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"You want to quiet the noise in your head to solidify that fragile germ of an idea," says Dr. Jung-Beeman at Northwestern.
Here's some advice I used before. If you have a sharp mind, you can daydream all you want ... you will feel good and still have self-control. Play puzzle games (Chess, Sudoku etc...). If you have Facebook search Brain Buddies. It's my favorite game on Facebook.…Continue
We are usually told that daydreaming is a waste of time and energy and mental power etc... but the ability to daydream gives you flexibility in your daily lives.
Daydreaming isn’t a waste of time, as we’re often told, but the gateway to Creativity, Problem-Solving and even to the realisation of our Potential.
Let me be the example of this; I might be…Continue