Where wild minds come to rest
I notice that because you don't see what you want early enough or at all anytime soon, due to nature's unexplained realities, this will cause you to MDD. People who are usually successful don't do this, because they have what they need—especially when it's no biggie to them. Also, they know better as to how things are accomplished. Kind like the movie stars, musicians and celebrity socialites out there.
For instance, I had no idea that I had Autism until I was 30. Before then, I used to dream hard of what I wish to get, such as relationships. When in reality, I had so much trouble connecting with just about anybody on any level. It was a mystery to my dad and I, as to I wasn't successful with friendships and relationships. Therefore I got so frustrated and confused, I started DD'ing about wonderful and exciting things—'nothing much' in terms of what real life could offer me. Peers in school would even harass me for not finding friends and dates.
However, as I got older, MDD got out of hand, and I kind of wish I hadn't got started. It lead me to wash out a lot of good opportunities for career training. Employment and independence is now slow-coming for me, and unfortunately, I still live under my mother's foot. I still couldn't find a date in my 20's, because people blatantly found me too shy and quiet all together. It wasn't until I was 24 when my mom noticed 'I lived in my head' for quite a bit of time. She even talked me out of ever having an important career, outside of sticking to my artwork.