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Bouts of sadness

Started Sep 1 0 Replies

Hi, I am a very melancholy and sentimental person and sometimes I fall into a state of great sadness. I thought it was normal and that's my character, but someone said it might be depression. What do…Continue

Over 150 years ago, maladaptive daydreaming was criticized too.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Xyz Sep 7. 3 Replies

Some time ago I read a book by Frederick William Faber, who was an English Catholic theologian. He died in 1863. He wrote a book called "Growth in Holiness, or The Progress of the Spiritual Life.…Continue

Daydreaming is like breathing, ubiquitous.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Cain Aug 31. 2 Replies

Hi everyone. This is my first post. I am a Polish girl, I am almost 25 years old. I set up an account here because there is hardly any material on maladaptive daydreaming in my mother tongue.Very…Continue

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Xyz replied to sanawana's discussion Over 150 years ago, maladaptive daydreaming was criticized too.
"Interesting.May god award you for sharing this... so true building palaces on ice and this ice breaks when reality hits."
Sep 7
sanawana replied to zainab ahmed's discussion heyy, how do I stop?!?
"Hi. As far as I am concerned, it is relatively easy to stop daydreaming. It is much harder for me not to go back to them, and that is what I would like with all my heart. I think if you want to stop you have to realize that you really want it.…"
Sep 2
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Bouts of sadness

Hi, I am a very melancholy and sentimental person and sometimes I fall into a state of great sadness. I thought it was normal and that's my character, but someone said it might be depression. What do you think about it? This condition is not ordinary sadness, but a great pain. It is an unbearable state and in such moments I dream of being able to talk to someone, loneliness is unbearable in this state, and the normal state of loneliness does not feel a burden. I believe that this deep sadness…See More
Sep 1
Cain liked sanawana's discussion Over 150 years ago, maladaptive daydreaming was criticized too.
Aug 31
Cain replied to sanawana's discussion Daydreaming is like breathing, ubiquitous.
"Hi There! Well I'm no expert and I'm in the same boat as you. I've read it's possible to overcome MD and I'm attempting to.  If you're looking for resources to try and understand what you're going through…"
Aug 31
Cain replied to sanawana's discussion Over 150 years ago, maladaptive daydreaming was criticized too.
"Interesting stuff"
Aug 31
Valeria Franco replied to sanawana's discussion Over 150 years ago, maladaptive daydreaming was criticized too.
"This is so interesting! It doesn't really matter that he was writing it for a religious purpose, I think he actually got something right, or at least he understood that dreaming can be an addiction and can have consequences. Of course, the…"
Aug 31
Valeria Franco liked sanawana's discussion Over 150 years ago, maladaptive daydreaming was criticized too.
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sanawana posted a discussion

Over 150 years ago, maladaptive daydreaming was criticized too.

Some time ago I read a book by Frederick William Faber, who was an English Catholic theologian. He died in 1863. He wrote a book called "Growth in Holiness, or The Progress of the Spiritual Life. " In this book in the chapter titled "Spiritual Laziness" there are paragraphs, that deals with maladaptive daydreaming. Here is my translation:,,There is no doubt that life is boring. But it is startling how early the young discover this. In fact, the burden of knowing this dullness of life is much…See More
Aug 31
dreamavoyeur replied to sanawana's discussion Daydreaming is like breathing, ubiquitous.
"I feel like if your life was truly satisfying to you, you wouldn't daydream this often and you wouldn't slip into daydreams this easily. There is always a reason - try to think about it. Maybe you crave adventure, maybe you wish you were…"
Aug 24
sanawana posted a discussion

Daydreaming is like breathing, ubiquitous.

Hi everyone. This is my first post. I am a Polish girl, I am almost 25 years old. I set up an account here because there is hardly any material on maladaptive daydreaming in my mother tongue.Very long time ago I fell into this misfortune. I have no siblings, I wasn't liked at school. I spent a lot of time alone and I think daydreaming was a way to make my life more interesting. This is how it started. Over the years I have spent many hours daydreaming. While daydreaming, I listened to music and…See More
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