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People can see me MD

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ulaan Gom Jul 31. 1 Reply

Just when I think I'm coming out of MD, there are other signs that are still apparent. The other night, my family was watching TV and my sister noticed that I had a horrified expression on my face. I…Continue

Talking to my imagination

Started this discussion. Last reply by MDphonehome May 14. 1 Reply

This is so embarrassing, I was in the bathroom and my mom was calling me. As I shouted back and opened the door, I heard her words, "Are you talking to yourself or are you listing to me? I saw my…Continue

Have no friends outside of daydreaming

Started this discussion. Last reply by Silver Swan Apr 25. 2 Replies

I have been a maladaptive daydreamer for years, but always wondered why I was so alone in reality. Fictional characters in my mind were always kind and agreeable to me, and living with them was…Continue

I have some interesting Questions

Started this discussion. Last reply by WhiteWing Mar 27. 2 Replies

Have any of you been so embarrassed after you've been caught daydreaming?Have any of you believed in your MDD to an extend that years past and you've noticed that they never came true? How did it…Continue

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Silver Swan replied to Aj's discussion Sad That It's Not Real
"If you want to live a better reality, you'll have to get through the pain of leaving your characters. When I first stopped doing Maladaptive Daydreaming, I also felt despair for leaving a world I used to know. It used to make me feel happy,…"
Oct 13
Daisy replied to Silver Swan's discussion A heartening lesson
"I also wasted many many years in a haze of non-reality. It got to the point where I consciously chose not to pursue real dreams and goals because 'i could experience it better in my own head'. Learning to cultivate, pursue and make…"
Oct 9
Silver Swan replied to Andrew Sharp's discussion Uni student who desperately needs help
"My sister tends to complain that I'm staring at her, because I eat right beside her, but then I start thinking so much, so my eyes move all around the room, and then I accidentally glare at my sister. She gets so offended and thinks I'm…"
Sep 29
Silver Swan replied to Andrew Sharp's discussion Uni student who desperately needs help
"When I was doing MD, I used to shut my eyes and "black out," and sometimes I was talking with someone, so as soon as my eyes shut, they'd begin to panic and ask if I had a headache. I once did this in front of my parents at the…"
Sep 28
Silver Swan replied to mira's discussion I did it i am cured nd u can too!!!
"I quit MD at 30. Weaving daydreams in my head was a way of life for me. I used to enjoy it to a degree it made me evoke false emotions. Then adulthood came around, and I had to stop it right away. I've had several people discover that I did MD…"
Sep 27
Silver Swan replied to Ivy White's discussion Officially consider myself cured
"  I hope to reach a place that makes me happiest, but don't think so for MDD. That just messed me up."
Sep 22
Silver Swan replied to kitrat's discussion When 'giving up' should i let myself have set times?
"I stopped daydreaming entirely, but when I look back at everything, I start to cringe. I've lost so many opportunities and lost the chance to experience relationships. I was always out and about on my own. This shouldn't happen to…"
Sep 19
Silver Swan replied to SuSu's discussion The truth nobody tells you about daydreaming!
"I think that I took my daydreaming way too far. At first, it was no big deal to me as a preteen. Regardless, when I entered adulthood, I seriously began to feel the effects, as I struggled with mental fog and concentration in the workplace. When I…"
Sep 17
Silver Swan replied to Silver Swan's discussion Does Daydreaming effect your head?
"I could've been in better shape and sharper if I hadn't. I have technical responsibilities and a tricky course to take, and I can't pull me head into anything. It's as if my brain was on vacation too long."
Sep 12
Silver Swan replied to Silver Swan's discussion Does Daydreaming effect your head?
"I guess it all depends on your health. I think if I had daydreamed up to middle aged, I'd be in big trouble. I decided to quit while I'm still young."
Sep 10
Dreamer replied to Silver Swan's discussion Does Daydreaming effect your head?
"I am 55 and it has become an addiction for me. It has also led indirectly to a host of other ailments like depression. I am glad for you that you have stopped it."
Sep 8
Silver Swan replied to SuSu's discussion Finally How to cure MDD
"Can you get sick by MDD?"
Sep 8
Silver Swan replied to Alisha Mansoor's discussion Guilt when having new daydreams
"I feel guilty if I ever start new daydreaming, because I did it for many years to an extent that it made my head so tired, and actually hurt. I wanted something so bad when I was young. A relationship. I'd sit for a couple hours a day, staring…"
Sep 1
Silver Swan replied to SuSu's discussion Finally How to cure MDD
"I've been a maladaptive daydreamer since I was in junior high, starting with a trigger. As I got older, these worlds got thick and vivid, and took over my judgements in reality. It effected all of my relationships with others, my education and…"
Aug 25

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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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