Maladaptive Daydreaming: where wild minds come to rest
I have been away for a while and I am sure some people are wondering where I went. In the middle of August Bryn and I got married in Wales. We went back to London for a week to pack then move back to Canada. I was accepted to do my Masters at The University of Victoria and Bryn was offered a job at The Pacific Undersea Gardens so we have rented a flat in Victoria, British Columbia. It took a few weeks to get moved in and about a month to get our internet.
I am at school Monday to Friday, usually 8am to 6pm and the first month has been very busy. The time zone change has been especially hard for me this time. Usually, I am moving only three and a half hours but this time it is eight hours. I have been sleeping less than my usual four hours and have had a lot of “sensory days” where everything I touch, taste, and hear bothers me.
Bryn has been here for me like he always has, but I am feeling worse and worse about how much I depend on him. I have not been the ideal husband since the move and I know it will take time for me to adjust, but I wish it would hurry up and go back to the way it was.