Maladaptive Daydreaming: where wild minds come to rest
I mean, we all know how vivid daydreams can be when you're a MDer. So has anyone ever tried to write a story about it? I've tried but I must admit, I'm not very good at it. http://www.booksie.com/true_confessions/novel/charyss_cherrison/you... There's a link to some of the stuff I write. I include stuff about MD, too. I wonder if one day, one of us will end up publishing a book about MD. It'd do us all proud, too =)
I'm not sure what came first, my MD or my determination to be a writer since I was young. It's the whole chicken and the egg thing someone else mentioned on here not long ago.
I thought about writing a film script about a girl who lives her life through her ongoing daydream. I'm not sure how it would work, but I know it would be pretty painful to write because it would basically be about me. Anyway, a book would also be a good idea. Anything. If we use this to help be creative it might also raise awareness too :)
I shall check out your link now.
Hi Danni, I'm a newbie here. I have toyed with the idea of writing a semi-biographical novel about a daydreamer, but I'm not sure how to approach it. I think it would be a brave thing to write something and put it out there not knowing how people would react. Good for you for doing it.
I would like to write a novel about my "alternate reality" as a novel, but real, not as a daydream. The problem is I am always changing the details, so I need to settle on a plot.
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