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Brett L commented on Brett L's blog post The roots of my imaginary self and life
"Well, I first tried it in my 20s and then unfortunately the person I was seeing moved away, So I stopped. My mother had known I was seeing a therapist and she wasn't supportive of it. Then I tried again in my 30s but unfortunately the person…"
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Jessica Ballantyne commented on Brett L's blog post The roots of my imaginary self and life
"My mom is some of those people who doesn't think daydreaming is mature "grown-ass" behaviour. I wish she would visit this site and see how many people (decades older) actually do this everyday. Of course, I stopped, 'cause I…"
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Brett L commented on Brett L's blog post The roots of my imaginary self and life
"I think I know exactly what you mean Jessica. But it's great that you are at the place where you can except responsibility and look back on the past truthfully. That's a hard thing for most people to do! We discover is that we actually can…"
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Jessica Ballantyne commented on Brett L's blog post The roots of my imaginary self and life
"I really should've taken psychotherapy in the first place. MD sort of damaged my future. I lived in the same house all my life. It makes me feel so bad. I may not ever have a normal adulthood. I started fantasizing as a child, thinking it was…"
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Brett L commented on Brett L's blog post The roots of my imaginary self and life
"Well that's a good first step, Cane. Another thing is that we often don't know how to accomplish anything, because of course the way we "accomplish" things in our unreal existence isn't like how it works in the real…"
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Cane commented on Brett L's blog post The roots of my imaginary self and life
"This is exactly when I too realised that something is wrong with me. When all my friends were achieving new things and I was just the same I was years ago. Comment by Brett L yesterday Well, it's a gradual process for us all. I think that one…"
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Brett L commented on Brett L's blog post The roots of my imaginary self and life
"Well, it's a gradual process for us all. I think that one thing that "helps" is to get older and see that other people are achieving things and you are not. It's a tough lesson to learn but experience is a great teacher!"
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The roots of my imaginary self and life

I'm new to this forum and I wasn't sure I wanted to share something right away but there's something that I wanted to add that may hopefully help someone - one thing I don't see on anyone's posts - although maybe I'm not going back far enough?And that is that, for me, my addiction to my imaginary life happened because, as a child, I really came to hate myself. I hated who I was.I remember when I was very little I used to have more normal fantasies, about growing up to become a big strong man…See More
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Brett L replied to L.solace's discussion From positive escapism to negative rumination and "daymares" - Has anyone else experienced this. *WARNING Very loong post*
"All I would add is that there is absolutely nothing "insane" about anything you said. And that in order to get the most out of therapy, we have to be open with the therapist about what's going on. It doesn't help to conceal…"
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Brett L liked L.solace's discussion From positive escapism to negative rumination and "daymares" - Has anyone else experienced this. *WARNING Very loong post*
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The roots of my imaginary self and life

Posted on January 4, 2021 at 6:19am 9 Comments

I'm new to this forum and I wasn't sure I wanted to share something right away but there's something that I wanted to add that may hopefully help someone - one thing I don't see on anyone's posts - although maybe I'm not going back far enough?

And that is that, for me, my addiction to my imaginary life happened because, as a child, I really came to hate myself. I hated who I was.

I remember when I was very little I used to have more normal fantasies, about growing up to become…

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