Are there any medications that help with maladaptive daydreaming?

It’s a tempting thought isn’t it? If you’re suffering from maladaptive daydreaming disorder, you probably have days when you wish you could just take a pill and make it all go away. After all, there are pills for other mental health conditions, such as anxiety and depression, so why not maladaptive daydreaming? Unfortunately, there’s veryContinue reading “Are there any medications that help with maladaptive daydreaming?”

Why daydreamers find it hard to step out of their comfort zone, and why we need to

“Life begins at the end of your comfort zone” Neale Donald Walsch Our biggest successes and most worthwhile achievements come from taking on challenges that stretch us or that, at least to begin with, make us uncomfortable. There’s nothing wrong with spending much of your time in your comfort zone, but if you never pushContinue reading “Why daydreamers find it hard to step out of their comfort zone, and why we need to”

Why you can’t daydream when you need it most

Many of us, regardless of whether we’re immersive or maladaptive daydreamers, use daydreaming as a way to escape from painful emotions. When we feel overwhelmed, we check out of real life in favour of our daydream world, where everything is perfect and under our control. And used in moderation, this is no bad thing. DaydreamingContinue reading “Why you can’t daydream when you need it most”

Signing off for a while – a daydreamer’s personal journey

This is going to be a much more personal post than I’m used to writing. And it may not even make much sense. I’m finding it hard to string a coherent thought together at the moment, but I wanted to write this because I may not post again for a while. Daydreaming has been myContinue reading “Signing off for a while – a daydreamer’s personal journey”