Maladaptive Daydreaming: where wild minds come to rest
I get the impression that this is a common theme in maladaptive daydreaming, pulling the images of real people (or things, or situations) into one's own fantasy only to get mad when the basis of that fantasy is in any way challenged or disrupted.
I also get the impression that MD is only one example of this behavior. Every form of addiction I know of seems to pack some version of this phenomenon. All the more reason to suspect there's some underlying mechanism they all share.
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