Last week, I explained why some commonly used strategies don’t help you overcome maladaptive daydreaming. In this article, I’m going to share my experience of things that do work. None of them are quick fixes.[Continue Reading...]
Overcoming maladaptive daydreaming isn’t easy. If it was, there wouldn’t be so many people struggling with it. Healing from maladaptive daydreaming takes time, effort and commitment. So you need to approach it in the right[Continue Reading...]
Daydream relationships, whether they’re friendships, romantic relationships or family connections, can be a beautiful thing. The characters aren’t real, but your emotions are. You can love someone who only exists in your imagination. In fact,[Continue Reading...]
For years, my daydreaming oscillated between immersive and maladaptive. There were times when I could enjoy it without it affecting other parts of my life. And then there were times when it was so compellingly[Continue Reading...]
I have a story in my head. A detailed, intricate, compelling, exciting story. If I had the skills to write it down exactly the way I see it in my mind, it would make a[Continue Reading...]

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