I have been taking apart my daydreams by analyzing all my characters and how they make me feel.  I’ve found that it is connected to things that happen to me in the past. There are emotional things I can’t deal with, like love, jealousy and intimidation, to name a few. When I daydream I am covering up some kind of emotion. To find the underlying causes for my DD I started writing in my journal. When I try to DD now, I experience a complete block. I don’t know whether it’s temporary or whether it will come back, but for the life of me I can’t do it anymore. Is there anyone out there that is going or has gone through the same thing? If so, does it last?

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Comment by Yolandi Wells on August 6, 2015 at 7:47pm

I think it’s good and bad. I tend to get stuck in my head a lot, but no one understands me better than I do. It’s still an everyday struggle, because there are still more things I need to uncover about my DD for it to stay away. I found that I needed to find the underlying causes of my triggers too. I think when, or rather if, you’re social life disappears you will be able to daydream again.

Even though you miss your daydreams try to remember how bad it was, and appreciate your life as it is now, because to get rid of daydreaming takes a lot of effort and hard work. Congratulations on everything. That is really an achievement.

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