Maladaptive Daydreaming: where wild minds come to rest
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I'm someone who has been active on this website since late 2012. In my early days here, I met a lot of friends. My first and best friend I made was a man named Liam. He was most active here in late 2012 and 2013, so I doubt most people who are active now will know who he is, but he was amazing guy with a heart of gold and who had been a very good friend of mine since we met.
Early this year, something horrible happened to Liam. He found his mother and grandmother murdered in a…Continue
Hello. I'm Rachel, seventeen years old. I know I met many of you in the past several months on here, and lately timezones haven't quite been in my favor so it's been hard for me to keep in contact with some of the people I met here in the summer. Many of you who I've met know that my daydreams have been gone for about three-ish years now. They came when I was eleven, very suddenly, and left very gradually when I was fourteen-ish years old. At first, I was very sad when they left, because I…Continue
I wish you knew how my life has changed since you left. I learned how to do laundry and how to make dinner. I can be independent now.
I wish you knew about my dad being slightly annoying and I wish you could see my new bedroom.
You always talked about how parents aren't supposed to lose kids, but it's pretty sucky for the kid to lose the parent, too. I wish you were still here.
I wish you were still here to see me grow up. To go to my graduation,…Continue
My mom died exactly one month ago from today, and it's really blowing my mind.
I can't believe that just over a month ago, I was living in a different universe. My mom woke me up for school every day, made me all my meals, got me everything I needed and wanted, did my laundry, decided things for me, ruled my life. She was my main parent. I was never close to my dad, though he is and was in my life.
Since she got sick and died (she was only sick for a week before dying), I've…Continue