I have been daydreaming for years now. The world in my head is great. I can be anything i want amd things will go as i want to them to go. But what about reality? I was average in school ( or below). For years in my mdding i have been dreaming about becoming a successful physicist who will solve the most complex mysterious of quantum gravity and relativity. What chances do i have of success? I have imagined up solutions to those problems in my head a million times. But they are just imagination and i am damn sure they are all wrong amd i think they will always be wromg because i imagine and imagination is always wrong, farfetched, away from reality. What chances do i have? Who even am I?

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Comment by Jusssssss on February 11, 2018 at 2:19pm

Well, i guess i can. If i learn to manage and use mdd in a productive way. Even in a more rational feild like science imagination can be helpful. I guess my negativ thinking about mdd should change and i hope to learn to control it and use it in a good way...

Comment by Daniel D Woodard on February 11, 2018 at 2:10pm

I don't know why you couldn't. Did you ever see the movie "A Beautiful Mind"? It's about a brilliant mathematician John Forbes Nash, Jr. who was a schizophrenic. He learned how to deal with his illness & was an acclaimed scientist. I don't think MD is anywhere near as debilitating as schizophrenia. I have a sister that is schizophrenic & manages her life quite well with medication.

Comment by Jusssssss on February 11, 2018 at 12:06pm

I am trying to control my mdd. I am still learning though. But i really wanna know with this condition can i ever become  a successful scientist? 

Comment by Daniel D Woodard on February 11, 2018 at 11:32am

Albert Einstein quote. "Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited, whereas imagination embraces the entire world, stimulating progress, giving birth to evolution."

We just need to learn to focus our imagination to attainable goals. Like taking a class or a hobby.  It seems hard to break the grip of obsessive behavior. I think it's important to try.

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