Maladaptive Daydreaming: where wild minds come to rest
I haven't ever told a soul about how intensive my daydreaming is. My mom always comments on how I tend to stare off into space, but she has no idea that I'm just wrapped up in a complex daydreams. It feels like I'm writing movies in my brain. Sometimes, when I don't imagine a scene just right, I "put it away" and come back to it, like I'm editing a video. And yet, it doesn't seem like a movie. It's like I know my characters aren't real, but when I see people at school that I've imagined are…Continue
I didn't know this is what I was doing when I was living this way and I didn't know what I was doing when I figured out how to stop--not stop, but suppress them, became aware of when they came and ignored them. I don't remember when it was but I realized how often I was in a different reality while physically next to me there was a person I was supposed to be experiencing life with. somehow from that thought, I worked on becoming more aware and I squashed them, I squashed all of them, all my…Continue
The early days of my world is where Nature starts to take itself back: wildfires would burn down whole towns, hurricanes would level whole coastlines, city streets would flood like rivers, trees and shrubs started to grow in the cracks of the pavement, and feral packs of dogs and cats roamed the…Continue
Characters in my daydream vary from being really flat to being almost human in their nature. Over the several thousand year long timeline of my day dream, I have accumulated many hundreds of characters, each one having an important role in the formation of the…Continue
I felt like putting down a bit of a song, then I thought "Why not post it on WM instead of just keeping it on my computer where no one will ever see it?"
So here it is. The title means "Coming of the Conqueror".
Ko hahnu gol siiv duri
Kolos tahrovin los thuri
Het ont dir fin Vahlok
Krivahaan naal aaznu dok
Dahmaan! Dahmaan! Hadrim feyn
Dahmaan diin haalvut se dinok
Miin se Nil koraavaan pah
Vahzen tinvaak, "Hi nid…
I've always had MD, and I also have an anxiety disorder (not self-diagnosed). My MD is not that bad (cause I've seen what you gusy post and I get to compare), but it still stops my life in many ways... It has been for at least 10 years (I am fifteen)... So I don't know what being ok is like, and tbh I am too scared to find out... I know I can get better, the problem is, how do I stop being so scared of what I don't know?
I mean it's silly, being afraid of a good thing. Yet, it's my…Continue
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