Oh well..

i just find this site in a journal in the library just 5 minutes ago (time to walk to home! hehe)
i hope to find a lot of (possibly strange:) people with which to compare.

What about me?
I always spent a lot of time daydreaming.
Since I was young,at school, people consider me funny and extravagant. I always gone well at school without studying too much (I start studying seriously at the university). For some strange reason I've never had real friends(like you take him at home), any attempt to deep approach make me escape from people.

Sometimes I think daydreaming is leaded by two stuffs:
- Not content with little,although in real life I do it (grudgingly), this constant search for something better led me to find it in mind(I think).
- And the fear to not be able to manage something enduring like a friendship.

Seems not possible to sto daydreaming at all, so i'm trying to enjoy the things that gives me life,  feel the emotions,enjoying smoke in the meadow, a talk with someone or some good time with a girl.

Also like to write little poems or musics, although i'm doing a scientific graduating..

thats' all for now!




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Comment by Harry on July 20, 2011 at 4:14am
You are quite right about some reasons why we daydream. It can be an escape from the harsh realities of life or dream of a better life.
Comment by Cordellia Amethyste Rose on July 18, 2011 at 10:28pm
Thanks!  It's always neat to hear that we're written about.  :)
Comment by ThisIsNotAName on July 18, 2011 at 3:29pm

the journal is Mente&Cervello Luglio 2011, 71

http://lescienze.espresso.repubblica.it/edicola_mese/Mente_&_Ce...

the title of the topic was "Un mondo di sogni",you can (google-)translate the paragraph below it.

on this site there is just a summary, don't think you can see the full article online.

 

 

 

Comment by Cordellia Amethyste Rose on July 18, 2011 at 2:59pm

Welcome.  I can definitely relate to some of what you said.  For me, daydreaming is like a movie playing constantly in my head.  Every time I try to turn it off, it gets good.  Lol.  

As for cats, if I don't pet mine when she asks, she starts jumping on my back and digging her claws in.  She'll keep doing that until she gets the attention she asked for.  Lol.

Just out of curiosity, you said you read about this site in a journal?  Do you mind if I asked which one?  Another lady in Italy said she read about us in a psychology magazine, too.  I'm always curious when that happens.  I wish I could read it.  Oh well.  It's nice to hear.  

Comment by ThisIsNotAName on July 18, 2011 at 12:44pm

I sometimes think daydream time is like petting for a cat.

You should dedicate some time everyday petting your cat or he will trouble you until you pay the right attention to him. :p

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