I’m a 34 year old male who has always daydreamed as long as I could remember. But just the past 2 years it’s gotten to a concerning point. The vast majority of my day is spent daydreaming. I’m an idealized version of myself with many famous friends and a famous girlfriend. In my real life, I’m married to a wonderful woman and we just had a baby boy. I thought that having this new incredibly happy distraction would cut down my daydreaming, but it hasn’t. I’ve gotten to the point today where I’m realizing that I am way too emotionally invested in it. I put more of my emotional capacity into daydreaming than I do my real life sometimes. I have no idea why I have such a compulsion for it, but I want to stop. I want to be a better in my real life, my wife and son deserve it. Does anyone have any tips or anything on how to cut down or control it? This isn’t something I want to admit to my wife because I’m afraid she’ll take it as I’m not happy with her even though I am. I just need to get it under control.