Daydreaming about characters I feel sorry for.

Hey, I was observing my daydreams and I've noticed a pattern. A lot of my daydreams include characters from books or tv shows that I feel intensely sorry for. They are usually victims of some sort and I daydream about enpowering them. My recent character that I daydream is about an adopted girl that had made many sacrifices for her family. She's a very kind-hearted, selfless girl but her foster family always mistreats her. They treat her differently from their biological kids. It's pretty sad. I daydream of her leaving home, making a living for herself independantly, becoming a successful businesswoman and finding a man that makes her stronger as a person. Can anyone else relate?

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Comment by LostSoul99 on June 26, 2013 at 3:00pm

@Natalie  and @taffle so do I. It's like when you're picturing it in your head, you can almost feel the emotions and their pain but when your character starts overcoming her troubles and fights back, that's when you feel amazing. It's like this amazing emotion that drifts through you. I don't know how to explain it. 

@CreativeWriter, I think you may be right. :)

Comment by LostSoul99 on June 26, 2013 at 2:57pm

@Tinkerbell, I watch True blood too. A few of my DDs a long time ago was about true blood actually. 

Comment by Tinkerbell on June 13, 2013 at 2:48pm

Occassionally but only if I liked that chracter to begin with.  Like when Godrick from True Blood killed himself because he was depressed and felt it was time to die, when I day dream of him.  He is still alive and more powerful then before, happy and able to help Sookie and Eric defeat Lilith and such. 

Comment by Natalie on June 13, 2013 at 9:44am

I frequently daydream about characters living with and overcoming difficult situations. I think I do it because overcoming adversity makes characters more interesting and gives them a heroic quality. This is also evident in just about any novel and if the characters didn't have difficult situations to work through the book would be boring and plotless. 

Comment by taffle on June 9, 2013 at 8:07am
from time to time, i have DDs of female characters who have been abused. I imagine them feeling depressed and used, and their efforts at independence end up in vain. I'm trying to stop such DDs and replace them with healthier ones.
Comment by LostSoul99 on June 8, 2013 at 3:51pm

Ohh and I'd just like to add that, I have no idea where that comes from and why I do it but I just do. If anyone can relate and can explain why they do it too, I'd appreciate it. 

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