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Hearing about the Pandemic

Started Mar 28 0 Replies

I nearly stopped ever doing maladaptive daydreaming ever again. It greatly effected my decisions and actions in life. How can you rationalize or make sense of things when your lost in a daze? Your…Continue

Hard to Believe

Started this discussion. Last reply by Celeste Apr 1. 1 Reply

It is hard to believe that MDD seemed like a beautiful thing when I was a kid. Of course, I was carefree with no responsibilities. The real world was over my head. My trigger started with a science…Continue

2020

Started Dec 22, 2019 0 Replies

Has anybody been spiritually transforming or raised to one's higher self this fall of 2019? Has it effected your way of thinking and how you view the world around you? I feel as if my old ways are…Continue

MDD Helps Activate Your Brain

Started Dec 4, 2019 0 Replies

Why we dream has been the source of speculation for centuries. Although we’re not sure, many scientists now think dreams…Continue

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Apr 11
Silver Swan posted a discussion

Hearing about the Pandemic

I nearly stopped ever doing maladaptive daydreaming ever again. It greatly effected my decisions and actions in life. How can you rationalize or make sense of things when your lost in a daze? Your dreams are so alluring that they'll effect your journey of learning and adapting into the world. I actually believed in everything that my MDD was telling me until reality hit me in my early 30's. It was no joke. When I was under the influence I almost had no sense of reality. I didn't seem to realize…See More
Mar 28
Silver Swan replied to Aritra Gupta's discussion How to fight MDD/Compulsive Fantasy?
"I was in the exact same shoes as you are. I created nonexistent worlds in my head since I was in grade 6. I first got triggered by a science fiction documentary and a classic Star Trek episode in my basement. It was the most regrettable thing I…"
Mar 12
Silver Swan replied to Marcy's discussion Gonna Abstain
"It saddens me that I got so entrenched into these astonishing worlds for years, and yet it was never real and nobody ever knew about it, but me. I believed my worlds promised me happiness, love, adventure and success. What makes me so mad is that I…"
Mar 6
Silver Swan replied to Naomi's discussion How to control it
"It took me a few years to walk away from MDD. It feels as if your in a funk when you get out of yourself. I think the sooner you quit the better. It used to make me feel happy, content and loved when I was your age. When I entered my 30's, I…"
Mar 5
Silver Swan replied to Marcy's discussion Gonna Abstain
"Ever since I decided to quit daydreaming, I've been trying to abstain from MD ever since. I have managed to stop living in alternative worlds, and after that, others stopped witnessing that I'm deaf. Still I can't completely keep…"
Mar 1
Silver Swan posted a discussion

Hard to Believe

It is hard to believe that MDD seemed like a beautiful thing when I was a kid. Of course, I was carefree with no responsibilities. The real world was over my head. My trigger started with a science fiction documentary and a Star Trek TV show, when I was 12 years old. I've been weaving daydreams in my head ever since. Thing was my parents didn't hear a squat about my growing imagination. So they didn't know to give me any professional therapy. Behind their backs, I've lived in alternate worlds…See More
Feb 25
Silver Swan replied to Calli.W's discussion Happy New Year from a long time MDD’er / Lurker
"Please do quit MDD. I've been doing it for nearly 20 years, and I now wish it never got started. It effected all of my life's decisions and turned me into a recluse. Back then, I loved to do this and I was happy in my dreams, but…"
Feb 17
Silver Swan replied to Sueli's discussion Triggers everywhere..
"Yeah, it was all in my head, and I fell for it. Next time, I'll wisen up."
Feb 10
Silver Swan replied to Sueli's discussion Triggers everywhere..
"I'm so angry that I believed in my own daydreams, and I've been doing this for years. They convinced me that things are going to get so much better. When I quit doing MDD, I was so very shocked. I woke up to a very flat out boring,…"
Feb 8
Silver Swan replied to F J's discussion Other obsessions
"When I was in my 20's, whenever a rock song came on, my imagination used to go wild to an extent my head was buzzing and my eyes got spacey. I met some people who tried to tell me something, when they had clearly noticed, I looked like I was…"
Feb 3
Silver Swan replied to mira's discussion I did it i am cured nd u can too!!!
"It was a slow working progress. I was receiving communication by the Universe in my head. My old thoughts dissolved and my mind got refreshed with a deeper perception of life. It took me months and months of hard work, just making sense out of my…"
Feb 3
Silver Swan replied to Silver Swan's discussion MDD Effects ALL
"I quit MDD as much as possible, so I don't live in alternative worlds anymore, but I still dream regularly at moments in the day. I kind of outgrew that stuff, now being in my 30's. I more interested in world events and true stories these…"
Jan 27
Daffy replied to Silver Swan's discussion MDD Effects ALL
"Thank You for sharing I would strongly reccomend reading and sharing this amazing article, linked below. https:/condor-pacific.com/can-nootropics-help-with-maladaptive-daydreaming/ And stay strong, dont go back to that opressive prison called…"
Jan 27
Daffy replied to Silver Swan's discussion MDD Effects ALL
"Thank You for sharing I would strongly reccomend reading and sharing this amazing article, linked below. https:/condor-pacific.com/can-nootropics-help-with-maladaptive-daydreaming/ And stay strong, dont go back to that opressive prison called MDD."
Jan 27

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Seeking more tangible things

Posted on August 16, 2018 at 11:07am 0 Comments

I literally spent nearly 20 years day dreaming about needing a boyfriend, but just today, I feel that was a scary thing to do.

I don't know many people who've done this! They basically just payed attention to others and got the partner they wanted, in a super outgoing manner. I wonder if maybe I blocked myself from people too much by diving into MDD. I was never attracted to many real people throughout my life, as they weren't as favorable as my MDD characters. So, I wondered…

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Expressing yourself is everything

Posted on August 13, 2018 at 12:17pm 0 Comments

Everybody use to gossip about me and taunt me in school for a simple reason: I didn't talk at all. I was your shy awkward type who didn't ever fit in. I had a couple friends at a time, but not too many. Everybody else was extremely chatty, super outgoing and extrovert—"and neurotypical." I was the only student that had autism spectrum disorder, so I was challenged with communicating and interacting. So my school and college job experiences were rather traumatic. Even into my…

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I discuss my life situations, but only in my MDD

Posted on July 23, 2018 at 9:02am 0 Comments

Whenever I want to express how I feel about my life situations, I discuss them with imaginary friends, because they actually listen to me without getting snarky. I find that real people don't understand my form of language or they're like "Then, do something something about it." Actually, real people wonder why I've gotten into that situation in the first place, or they can clearly see what's evident, snip at me what's going to happen and what I better do in future. It's as if in…

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It shows

Posted on July 19, 2018 at 8:07am 0 Comments

I don't know how you guys do it! I try everything to conceal my day dreaming. I will put on startled, worried, wary or perplexed expressions to hide it. I'll even move my eyes around and bite my lips. People will still look right at my eyes and maybe even into them! I guess, they still wonder what goes on in my head. If I make a slip up at home and even work, people will think, 'is she wondering?'

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At 3:47pm on December 7, 2018, Fitri Kamelia said…
Just a quick message to say we have started up a new forum on daydreaming. As its a new forum there isn't much content yet but we hope with your input it will grow. It is still a work in progress so any suggestions or offers to moderate would be greatly appreciated. We would really like it if you could join us and share your MD journey with us or even just come along to talk in the chatroom and make a few new friends. We hope to see you there x http://daydreaminblue.freeforums.net/" tabindex="0">Hello Everyone,

Just a quick message to say we have started up a new forum on daydreaming. As its a new forum there isn't much content yet but we hope with your input it will grow. It is still a work in progress so any suggestions or offers to moderate would be greatly appreciated. We would really like it if you could join us and share your MD journey with us or even just come along to talk in the chatroom and make a few new friends. We hope to see you there x

http://daydreaminblue.freeforums.net/

 
 
 

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