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Happy living in dual worlds, it IS achievable :)

Posted on January 4, 2014 at 12:16pm 12 Comments

Hi everyone, I been floating around this site since I signed up a few days ago and it's fascinating to find so many heavy day dreamers like myself. I have seen this site before but only now I decided to engage myself to share. Got to say I enjoy reading your stories and understand all the Maladapative Daydreaming issues completely. Totally on board with you. 

But I noticed that most (not all) the of content posted by members on the site are kind of on the negative spectrum of MD.…


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At 3:36am on February 8, 2014, I. Hanna said…

I'll only be there for a couple more months, so it's good to know that things will change and get better when I graduate. I can see the finish line! lol. Your daydream sounds really intricate, but I can see how a reoccurring daydreaming world could get to that; I've only had mine for 1 1/2 years and there's already +50 characters that are all different, have different thought processes, and different emotions. How can daydreamer's minds keep up with all of the details, characters, places, conversations, etc?!?? I came up with an analogy of how I think of daydreaming: Daydreamers are all body-builders, and they each have their own table that they are picking up. Each new element, character and event of their daydream are all separate objects that they place on the table. The table keeps getting filled up with more and more objects and while all these objects keep getting placed on the table, the table is getting heavier and heavier (an analogy to it getting more intricate), but the body-builders aren't phased by it at all! They can hold the table easily! They keep putting more and more stuff on the table and don't drop anything off (forgetting elements of the daydream). It's really amazing! lol does my analogy make any sense?

At 9:02pm on February 6, 2014, I. Hanna said…

To me it's completely positive. I feel like a weight was lifted off of my shoulders after I posted the blog of my daydreaming world specifics. I'm really happy to have been able to share it, cause I haven't been able to do that ever. Here I'm partially anonymous too; no one here really knows me, and that's what makes it easy to just be open about it.

I definitely agree with the comment about me creating my guardians to fill a missing part of my life. It's difficult being a kid and having to exist and grow up without having parent figures that love me, and care about me like my daydreaming parents do. Since I've had SKILL, I don't feel sad about not having that kind of real relationship, and to say more I feel like it's real (I know it isn't) but it fills the emptiness and stops me from feeling sad and neglected, you know?

Lately I've been getting agitated easily when I'm in the real world (at high school) because when I'll try to talk to people they won't speak back to me, or they'll laugh at me when i'm being myself and happy in a good mood. It's like they want me to be miserable all the time or something? I have a couple of wholesome friends who aren't like that, but I don't see them much cause we don't have any classes; and usually outside of us having classes-like when I'll see them in the hallway- they don't say hi or even really acknowledge that I exist, so I use the term friends loosely to define anyone who is nice to me for a short amount of time. It's a little sad but it's high school, I guess.

Thank you for reading my whole blog though, and commenting on it. I'm interested to know what your daydreaming is like if you're open to sharing it! :) My daydream has real issues in it, too; but real issues and experiences that a 4 year old would have, like missing there parents, following rules, being nice, etc. 

At 3:59pm on January 2, 2014, Cordellia Amethyste Rose said…

Welcome!  Thanks for joining!


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