Maladaptive Daydreaming: where wild minds come to rest
When I first came across the phrase ‘maladaptive daydreaming’ my emotions went into the most conflicted state they’d ever been. I was relieved, yes, that I finally found a name for something that’s been bugging me since I was a teenager, but I was also terrified. Going through the list of symptoms triggered something in my brain and I forced myself to look at my daydreams from the third person’s perspective. I’ve written down my leading roles, the main plotlines, the side characters - and I…Continue
Soo I found out very recently about MDD and my first reaction was like « So it has a name ? » because idk for you, but I noticed that something was clearly wrong in my life when I realised that I didn’t want to be here anymore, like….my daydreamings are just way better than the realty, even if I don’t live in a corrupted or toxic environnement, I even have friends (one actually, but it doesn’t matter).
So I was like « But why ? I have all that I need to be happy, I’m even…Continue
ok, so this is a werd one, so from what i have been able to gather from a cursory glance at this site most posts seem to view getting rid of md as a positive witch sadly hasn't been the case for me, about ten month its ago i noticed i was having trouble visualing not wiith my md at least not initaly i thought it was brain fog or writers block i have always been a vivid visualiser and those sorts of things reading, writing have always been my passion and md was an exenstion of that i …Continue
I posted here in March about my daydreaming and since then, I have made tremendous improvements. I am writing this to describe my experience on how I dealt with this issue. Unfortunately I had to get on medication. But that's okay, as long as I am making improvements and moving forward with my life. I see this as a short term solution but it is a good step forward.
First, at the advice of my doctor and therapist, I decided to see a Psychiatrist. I started by…Continue