It almost feels like i have no emotions towards the real world. I feel happy, sad or any other emotion only when I daydream. I never feel them in real world... it feels like all my emotions have been pushed in the back of my head and I cant find any way to pull them back out in reality. Does anyone else feel like this? Can anyone help me with this? 

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Comment by Jusssssss on February 15, 2018 at 1:42pm

I also daydream about sad emotions sheath. And my characters are also sometimes suicidal. Its awful than i myelf feel that way even though i dont want to. I had to go to a psy to get rid of these thoughts and i am quit better now. But it can get worse any time and it sucks. Has that happened to you too? 

Comment by Meg Sheath on February 15, 2018 at 12:26pm

Yes, same. The emotions are multiplyed  so much. Sometimes that becomes a problem for me becuase a few of my characters are depressed and suicidal, even though I'm not (I think). I can feel their pain, because it feels like I am them. I don't think that's very healthy to be honest, especially when you can spend a whole day thinking about your character trying to commit suicide and all the effects it has on their friends and family and all the regret. I cry alot during those daydreams, but it's hard to understand why I would do that to myself though.

The good things are pretty nice though too, but for some reason all the bad horrible things out way the good. 

Do you daydream about sad emotions like that or just me? 

Comment by Jusssssss on February 15, 2018 at 11:31am

This same happens to me too. When so ever i feel a emotion in real world  daydreaming about it makes it a thousand times better or worse. 

Comment by Meg Sheath on February 15, 2018 at 6:26am

Sometimes, I do feel the same way. The real world, I think just doesn't interest me enough becuase my daydream is so complicated and is exactly how I want it. My emotions are usually channeled to my daydream, and since I spend most of my time daydreaming, that's a lot of emotions poured into it. Not to mention when I do have an emotional expirence, it automatically gets sewn into my daydream somehow. That makes the daydream more emotional. That's just me though.  

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