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Martha Bozic liked MDphonehome's blog post curing MD: personal notes from a fellow traveler
May 16
MDphonehome replied to Sakshi's discussion Have you felt the MD get worse with age?
"Hi sakshi, Yes I relate to your story. I'm almost 50 and still struggling with it. Yet recently I learned that really the start of change is by beginning to accept yourself, with all your MD craziness to it :). Pls stop beating up yourself,…"
May 14
MDphonehome replied to Silver Swan's discussion Talking to my imagination
"YES! but I live on my own..so nobody bothers me :)"
May 14
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May 12
MDphonehome replied to Dnivog97's discussion Losing opportunities because of mdd. how to take the first step of stopping ?
"man yeah I hear you. First of all: don't JUDGE yourself. MDD is a disorder, maybe not recognized by DSM classification, but still....it can get a hold of you...got someone to talk to you can trust? I think what might help is a plan of action,…"
Feb 25
Kitt Coltrane commented on MDphonehome's blog post MD: what's the key to de-obsessing your mind?
"When your MD interferes in your life, you may need some help. Therapy would be a good start to figure out how to differentiate between real life and fantasy so the effort you put into daydreaming or vengeance fantasy’s can be shifted into you…"
Feb 17
Mike commented on MDphonehome's blog post MD: what's the key to de-obsessing your mind?
"It’s tough because it becomes an automatic response to a lot of things for me, mainly emotionally. So I know what it’s like for it to take over without noticing. The only thing you can do is recognize it and try to stop as you’re…"
Jan 22
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MDphonehome commented on MDphonehome's blog post MD: what's the key to de-obsessing your mind?
"yeah, my guess was it is a slow recovery. Sometimes I get like an epiphany that takes away part of the MD'ing, at least it seems...the point is, the MD sometimes takes over without me noticing it. In my case, it seems also to be connected with…"
Jan 22
Mike commented on MDphonehome's blog post MD: what's the key to de-obsessing your mind?
"I know exactly what you’re going through. It got to the point for me recently where I realized how much of my actual emotions I was putting into it and it’s started to affect my life. It’s tough, I know. It’s an obsessive…"
Jan 22
MDphonehome replied to Robert de Niro's discussion manipulative of daydreaming and procrastinating
"i kinda have like a tape recorder beginning in the background of my mind that actually can reproduce what is being said. I ;m just more into my daydreams than the conversation..."
Jan 22
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MD: what's the key to de-obsessing your mind?

hi all,just discovered I very probably have MD, I just meet all the requirements, the obsessive fantasizing, being a hero, doing grand things for humanity, etc, etc... when I look at it from a distance (in one of those rare moments....) I think my thinking is actually very obsessed with a) myself: my desires, frustrations, angers, irriatationb) the future: always seeing a bright future full of succes, money, stardom , etc, etcwell the thing is, I really have been dreaming about having a stellar…See More
Jan 22
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curing MD: personal notes from a fellow traveler

Posted on May 12, 2019 at 2:00am 0 Comments

Fellow MD’ers,
Recently I’ve been contemplating a bit on my personal context of MD. I kinda analyzed it, and realized it might help others to share my experience or it might help me getting feedback on my case. So.. I’ll just briefly start with my story. I have Md since childhood. Maybe it originated from the rather troubled family I grew up in, with parents that spent most of their time in their head and not communicating with each other. I just remember I was already having…
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MD: what's the key to de-obsessing your mind?

Posted on January 22, 2019 at 7:07am 4 Comments

hi all,

just discovered I very probably have MD, I just meet all the requirements, the obsessive fantasizing, being a hero, doing grand things for humanity, etc, etc... when I look at it from a distance (in one of those rare moments....) I think my thinking is actually very obsessed with 

a) myself: my desires, frustrations, angers, irriatation

b) the future: always seeing a bright future full of succes, money, stardom , etc, etc

well the thing is, I really have…

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