Where wild minds come to rest
MDD was a very groovy past time for over 20 years in my life. It almost made me believe that life can look and feel utopian! Fortunately, my mind is resisting the temptation to weave dreams depicting…Continue
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To be honest, I am gradually dumping my habits of excessive daydreaming. Every since I awakened to the realization that I've been living a 'dream life' over a great 'real life,' I was intensely distraught on the inside! I thought all my opportunities to form relationships, grow in a successful career, see interesting new places and live in a very nice house eventually just blown out the window, perhaps, for many years to come. This summer I felt so very discouraged and unsafe in my…Continue
I used to love to maladaptive daydream between ages 12 to 29. It always made me feel happy or exhilarated. To be frank,
I still day dream a little bit today. Now that I am in my 30's, this is starting to give me a fright, for a few reasons. Day dreaming excessively has robbed me of my life. It deceived my mind to believe in 'nonsense' that are against real facts.
Since I was a teenager, I actually expected to see wonderful things in my adulthood, like dating, traveling,…
I started doing MDD as a kid, but totally regret it today. I am all grown up now, but I feel so vulnerable towards life itself.
I lived a majority of my life in a dream state than ever emotionally and interactively responding to realistic external events around me. I always had trouble paying attention to people, so I was often socially isolated. I believed that I could take concrete subjects of 'people and things' into my dream world, and hope I can make my desires come true…