Maladaptive Daydreaming: where wild minds come to rest
I know that this take on MDD is nothing new but I was reading a book on alcoholic addiction and I would say that
MDD is pretty close to alcoholism. Meaning that some of us have lost complete control and dwell 24/7 in a DD.
Behind the scenes however, alot of us are unaware of co-existing depression /anxiety related disorders that fuel MDD.
Willpower could not help us because we are bio- chemically set up to self-medicate through MDD.We NEED to DD or else we get…Continue
I just joined and for a long time I just did not know what was wrong with me.
Then I found out there was a name for my problem after many years.
MDD has worn out its welcome in my book yet it still feels so good. I want to stop
but for what? Real life is terribly bland. I cannot seem to summon up interests
in those around me - I feel like an alien.For a long time I thought that the imaginary world was
better than the real…Continue