Jessica Ballantyne
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Upshots of MD

Started this discussion. Last reply by Theaxe 10 hours ago. 3 Replies

Has anybody ever fallen behind in life and made to live with their parents longer, because of MDD?I quit and glad that I did. I feel like I made a mess of everything. My dad told me complacency gets…Continue

I have rubber stoppers in my ears

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jessica Ballantyne Nov 27, 2020. 4 Replies

I doesn't matter what's on my mind. If I'm somewhere else, and someone is talking to me, it's going to be a big problem. For instance, I came down to the kitchen for lunch, and mom said she'll heat…Continue

Jessica

Started this discussion. Last reply by Theaxe Nov 8, 2020. 1 Reply

Hi, it's nice to find somebody whose just like me. Continue

Do Not Do This

Started this discussion. Last reply by Aquafirewolf Sep 16, 2020. 7 Replies

You guys, PLEASE DO NOT DAYDREAM if you achingly want a much better life. I've been an MD'er for 20 years, and I just quit. We'll it's really hard, but I'll never be the same person again. I went on…Continue

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Jessica Ballantyne commented on Grace's blog post My Personal Experience With Maladaptive Daydreaming
"I've been a MD'er for roughly 15-20 years, but I eventually quit, because it was getting freaky. I didn't manage to get my own life and adapt into the world very well. But I'll be blunt. I feel like I've been walking about…"
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Jessica Ballantyne commented on Brett L's blog post The roots of my imaginary self and life
"My mom is some of those people who doesn't think daydreaming is mature "grown-ass" behaviour. I wish she would visit this site and see how many people (decades older) actually do this everyday. Of course, I stopped, 'cause I…"
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Jessica Ballantyne replied to Jessica Ballantyne's discussion Upshots of MD
"It's a long twisty story. When I was young, I thought I was normal, and just different. I had no idea that I had Asperger syndrome and that it made me verbally challenged. I felt cut out from the crowds, so I used MD to make me feel loved and…"
Jan 6
Valeria Franco replied to Jessica Ballantyne's discussion Upshots of MD
"I left home not late, but I was late before, in my teenager years, and I think the lack of experience in relationships at that time had some effect in my future, as I was not that ready to see problems and let me with the sense of lacking something…"
Jan 6
Jessica Ballantyne commented on Brett L's blog post The roots of my imaginary self and life
"I really should've taken psychotherapy in the first place. MD sort of damaged my future. I lived in the same house all my life. It makes me feel so bad. I may not ever have a normal adulthood. I started fantasizing as a child, thinking it was…"
Jan 6
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Upshots of MD

Has anybody ever fallen behind in life and made to live with their parents longer, because of MDD?I quit and glad that I did. I feel like I made a mess of everything. My dad told me complacency gets you nowhere, and he was not wrong.See More
Dec 30, 2020
Jessica Ballantyne replied to Jessica Ballantyne's discussion I make faces when I daydream
"Sometimes, I think that I took my MD way too far. I was supposed to pay attention to life. Instead I wanted to go and disappear into my head, and for years. It's like to walked into a booby trap. I remember I started it, because I wanted…"
Dec 23, 2020
Jessica Ballantyne replied to Jessica Ballantyne's discussion I make faces when I daydream
"Yeah, I still catch myself talking to imaginary people who aren't there, because I have no real friends to this day. "
Dec 18, 2020
Jessica Ballantyne replied to Jessica Ballantyne's discussion I make faces when I daydream
"When I was 12, I was dumb and unexperienced to life. You think people catching your daydreaming is embarrassing? Try living with your parents until your mid-thirties and still not saving enough to ship out. Most of my peers are independent, married…"
Dec 18, 2020
L.solace replied to Jessica Ballantyne's discussion I make faces when I daydream
"I've experience this too - making faces while daydreaming, sometimes I can't help but whisper in response to someone in my daydream. I've been caught several times and it has been soo embarrassing. I think because of the duration I…"
Dec 18, 2020
L.solace liked Jessica Ballantyne's discussion MDD gives you false presumptions
Dec 16, 2020
Jessica Ballantyne replied to Jessica Ballantyne's discussion I make faces when I daydream
"I feel that I daydreamed just to wake up years later and take look back at what I did...We all want things. But people who actually get what they want, they usually work hard for it. I could've had it much better if I stayed awake and…"
Dec 15, 2020
Jessica Ballantyne replied to Sarah Araújo's discussion HI
"Sometimes, I think I took MD way too far. It started since I was a preteen, but it should've stopped in junior high. I started laughing inappropriately at grade 8, and everybody commented on this. Putting two and two together, I realize if I…"
Dec 9, 2020
Amanda replied to Jessica Ballantyne's discussion I make faces when I daydream
"Jessica, I'm so sorry this happened to you. I want to say - It's not THE truth. Truth is subjective. Frankly, the way your mother talked to you is a little emotionally abusive in my opinion. It's okay for people to express needs to…"
Nov 28, 2020
Jessica Ballantyne replied to Jessica Ballantyne's discussion I make faces when I daydream
"This is going to sound really embarrassing. My parents just gave me strong answer to my years of troubles in being a social misfit. This morning I woke up earlier than usual, and my mom who always rises early was trying to be quiet, as it's…"
Nov 28, 2020

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