Maladaptive Daydreaming: where wild minds come to rest
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Started this discussion. Last reply by escarei Jun 29, 2014. 4 Replies 2 Likes
Hello!I made this thread about the famous project because the original post was a blog post…Continue
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I went to watch Catching fire with my friends, and before the film started, one of the showed trailers was The secret life of Walter Mitty with Ben Stiller as main character. I did not know, there is…Continue
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This is a place where overly imaginative and creative people gather, some with great writing talent. A lot of us have fears, violent daydreams, but instead of running, let's have some fun! What is…Continue
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I once talked with one of my teachers about fantasy, who told me, people's imagination just like everything else, develops with time.A child's story is much more like a fairy tale with dragons,…Continue
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I'm taking Rexetin and Frontin for depression now. My sleep-pattern got better, and I feel better, but I'm not sure if it's because of the pills or because it's the summer and now my life is not as stressfull. I also moved out, so at least I got away from my parents, which is brilliant, even if I have to live with 8 other girls in a dormitory full of mold and trash. I got a summer job, and it's okay, I wish I could get enough money so I don't have to move back home...
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What is the difference between the brain activity when I'm thinking about the great questions of life, when I'm daydreaming or when I'm trying to figure out the cheapest way to make that pizza?
I don't know, but I doubt there is any. I'm daydreaming since my early childhood, and it became part of my thinking process. It's effective, when I need to imagine future situations because it allows me to find the best route of action. Scenarios, systems became easier to read. My constant…Continue
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Hey! I guess you and I just "act younger" on this site, or something, haha. There are a lot of teenagers, so I do often find myself maybe writing differently than I normally do. But yes, I tend to feel so "old" compared to most of my friends here. :) It's nice to meet someone my age though that I can relate to!
I am writing my daydreams into a full-length short story, possibly a novel. It's a lot of fun! I've changed it a lot from what I've put into the group, but that's part of the fun. I can re-write and change it, just as I do when I daydream! Hope you're doing well. I forgot what else you said in your comment. But I notice your profile has the name Sophia Black in the URL is that a character name? One of my character's names is Sophia. :D
You are "old"? You seem so young...so youthful. When I came to your page, I was looking for your age somewhere. I thought you were maybe 15 or 16, haha. Have you tried to draw recently or do any artwork?
PS the drawings you have on your page here are REALLY DANG GOOD OH MY GOSH.
HI there! Just wanted to send you a comment in response to what you posted on my blog. First, I've been racking my brain, and I realized that we followed each other on Tumblr, which is why your name looks so familiar hahaha. Second, your "I don't give a fu--flappy bird" made me laugh.
Third, my response: thank you for your kind, thoughtful words. They were very helpful and meant a lot to me. I since feel a lot better, and you're right. It doesn't last. There's a way to come out of those feelings. There's a way to persevere. Also, I finally had a good daydream last night that just hit the spot I've been trying to reach. Ahh, relief. :)
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