Where wild minds come to rest
The upside down question mark seems to fit really well with that title...
Anyways... This could sort of be considered an extension of my introduction, but I have several things about me that I think or wonder come from my maladaptive daydreaming. And I was wondering if any one else shared that same quirks.
-I am utterly terrible at spelling, and writing by hand has always been a bit of a struggle for me, I just really hate doing it and I feel like I would like school work a lot more if I didn't have to write. I also confuse certain letter sometimes, b and d, j and g, and v and x. The last one is really bad when I'm dealing with physics. This has led me to wonder if I'm dyslexic but I am a very strong reader, so I don't think that that is it.
-The time when I daydream the most is when I am falling asleep at night or waking up in the morning. It's pretty much a ritual that I have been doing since I was a kid. However there are ocasionally times when I'm having so much fun day dreaming that I don't want to fall asleep, so I don't.
-Related to this are also the times when I feel like my head is so full of ideas that I can't fall asleep, this isn't much fun though, since I often end up lying awake while my brian jumps around frantically and gets things mixed up. These times are often accompanied by bad headaches. They usually last 1-2.5 weeks. It makes it a little easier if I organize my idea on paper, then I'm not frantically trying to remember everything at once and worrying I'm going to forget something. But I still end up being awake at night.
-I have the bad habit that I am trying really hard to stop of biting my hang-nails to the point where my finger bleed. This most happens when I'm doing something that only involves my mind, like watching anime, daydreaming or sitting in class.
If you have any of these quirks or similar ones, or if you have any other odd quirks post them in the comments section.