Maladaptive Daydreaming: where wild minds come to rest
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I now a lot of us feel disappointed when we fail to force our daydreams to stop, but the truth they can't be stopped that way. (If you don' t believe me, check out this article http://www.wjh.harvard.edu/~wegner/pdfs/Wegner,Schneider,Carter,&White%201987.pdf.). We must find other ways to…Continue
Hey, guys, I just found out a new way of stopping my daydreams. I used to walk fast and daydream a lot while walking, now I try to walk slowly and pay attention to the things around me intead of those in my head. My daydreams are significantly less. Can anybody also try this method and tell me if it works for them?