Maladaptive Daydreaming: where wild minds come to rest
Have you ever wanted to bring your daydreams into life through an outlet such as art, writing, music, etc? If you are actually working on this, has it been helpful in any way?Bonus question: Do you…Continue
I am sincerely curious as to how you approach your MD while schooling.If you're currently in college or have attended in the past, what are/were you studying?Any ambition/goal that you have already…Continue
My main issue with MDD has always been about time being spent, and the discipline required to overcome the urges to daydream.Do you daydream because you enjoy it, or want to escape from the real…Continue
Since joining this website, has anyone else found it to be even a trigger for MD? Lately, I have been uncertain about whether or not I should continue to visit these forums. Although they have been…Continue
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I've started college recently and I'm aware socialising is a significant part of the process.
I think my MD has caused me to become so internalised in that I don't seek much to appreciate about social interaction in real life, especially as they prefer to converse about the usual matters on a daily basis.
I don't ever blame them, I simply choose not to engage in such matters because I feel as though I don't have anything to add to the conversation where my own…Continue
Say, you have a very vibrant mind and you like spending endless hours daydreaming. What happens after you are done? Do you still have to use your head to think, if that's what you need to do?
I have been experiencing this for a while now, becoming as less 'intelligent' as I come off because I have deliberately lowered my thinking activities by doing mindless and lazy activities, such as browsing pictures, lurking on forums without posting anything, or others that you think…Continue
Let me introduce myself as Jessy. I have had MD ever since I was about six years old, when it all began with the likes of cheesy Hollywood movies, Sailormoon, and Power Rangers. I am not one who would imagine it all inside the head only - I would always act out my daydreams, incorporate every gesture and move I make into what I would experience in them. To do this I always paced, ran, jumped, and even voiced all of my characters and made sound effects. All of this had always made daydreaming…Continue