hi! Iam zaenia and iam new here ... its was some 1 year back that i gotta know about my condition and i have been in this fantasay world for years and years. I tried to lessen it with my own remedies and they worked but now the problem is that i dont know what to do with time, i have lots to study and i have so many things to do but iam just not interested , not even interested in my responsibilities and i don't want to go back in that world though i still have not fully recovered. i wonder if i am having a withdrawal effect or something 

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Comment by zaenia on July 17, 2013 at 8:36am

i just don't get it whether quitting is good or not and whether suffering withdrawal is worth it or its just a waste of time ....

Comment by Silla Bakht on July 16, 2013 at 12:02pm

hi ,my friend i have the same problem ,i have a lot of study work load and lot of other work task but i am feeling that i all the time do DDing and it making me lazy and dull and it is  making a negative effect on my personality and my life.I don't know how to stop it and enjoying a healthy life as i just stick it with my this habit.

Comment by Faye on July 15, 2013 at 10:45am

Hi there, yes I have been experiencing the same things recently. At first I though it was so great that I was overcoming the MD problem, daydreaming less and less but then for me all the emotions, anxiety etc became more apparent and now I find myself in a intense dip of depression. Which is now triggering me to go back to MDing in order escape these accumulated withdrawel feelings. Its all really difficult- I feel like it is a stubborn cycle.  

Comment by Robin on July 8, 2013 at 5:41am

Yes, you are. I experienced the same thing too last year and I still do sometimes. Just try and ignore the unpleasant feelings, depression, etc you get and force yourself to do the things you have to do and the things you normally like. You will eventually get over it! I promise! Just remember your reasons for why you want to cut down on your fantasies. Remember your brain needs to get used to staying more in the real world and the adjustment takes a while. You'll be ok, promise ;)

Comment by samurai on July 7, 2013 at 11:59am

Few years back it happened with me. I was living my fantasy world more than real life. I took help of psychiatrist. If you are feeling out of your mind, just seek for help. When you have someone to share your problem ( mostly an unknown person ) you feel very light.

I can't say I recovered fully. ( It was 14 year of fantasy world. Hard to lose it. ) But I am trying my best to escape as far as I can!

All the best! Feel free to share your problems. :)

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