Maladaptive Daydreaming: where wild minds come to rest
By now I have seen countless videos of people describing MDD, and also acknowledging that they have it. First off, my hats off to these people. I can't bring myself to admit to people that I have MDD, mainly because I am afraid of what people might say as far as negative things, or judgements. Don't get me wrong not that it would hurt my feelings, but I would take it personally because MDD is what has saved me. It is the one thing in my life that protected me from the horrors of reality, if even for a little while, or just moments at a time this disorder has allowed me to escape and survive. MDD has/is my outlet. So there you have it I would love to talk about my MDD in front of a camera(I guess), but I am protective of it. My attitude about it is kind of like... "no its mine, leave it alone!"