I first learned mindfulness three years ago when I was fortunate enough to be able to attend an eight-week course funded by a local mental-health charity. At the time, I was experiencing a relapse of[Continue Reading...]
My daydreaming has been an integral part of who I am for as long as I can remember, but until a year ago I had never mentioned it to anyone. I’ve noticed that this reluctance[Continue Reading...]

20 October 2020

A parallel world

Ever since I discovered that immersive daydreaming is a real thing, I’ve been looking for ways of using it to my benefit. One of my more successful experiments in harnessing the power of immersive daydreaming[Continue Reading...]
There are two components to Maladaptive Daydreaming Disorder (MaDD) – firstly, you have an innate capacity for immersive daydreaming, and secondly you have lost control of that ability, such that your daydreaming has become an[Continue Reading...]
I want to begin this article by saying that everyone’s experience of daydreaming is different. And for some maladaptive daydreamers it can be impossible to maintain healthy daydreaming habits without support. If your daydreaming is[Continue Reading...]

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