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... Ever since I was about 7 years old I have had a problem with constant daydreaming. ... (21 replies)
... I am suffering from constant daydreaming. Every moment of my waking day, I put myself into another world, but I'm still functioning in the world around me. ... (1 replies)
... like I was playing some sort of movie in my head. And when I'd get tired..I'd stop and the next time I had nothing to do and was really bored..I'd go back to my daydreaming state. It felt good because it made me feel better for a while. I was escaping some problems I had to face in reality. ... (21 replies)

... ng some of these daydreams down. It helps to see what you're thinking. Therapy is 1 course of action but don't let them take away that great imagination. Your daydreaming doesn't sound like depersonalization because it doesn't effect your functioning in daily life. Congrats on a 3.5 GPA. ... (1 replies)
... ttention problem can trigger normally. Whenever in class, a boring lecture is hard to pay attention to, and the fantasies begin. I easily get lost in details, so daydreaming comes to rescue. ... (16 replies)
... m OCD, as I was normal .When I revealed everything about myself to the doctor, thats when I finally realized that I suffer from depression. He also said that the daydreaming is part of OCD as I constantly have daydreams again and again. ... (16 replies)
... Not sure about the borderline personality disorder, but I do the same thing as you. I do NOT have a personality disorder, and imagining things like that is a coping mechanism (this from a certified therapist who I finally told about my fantasy worlds). The only thing I would say is you need to practice ignoring your fantasy worlds during class; if you can't, then you might... (16 replies)
... seems to think that daydreaming was my only escape as a child. That is the way I have learned to cope with EVERYTHING because it is all I had growing up. ... (21 replies)
... n I really appreciate your help! How did you bring it up with your psychiatrist, because I don't know what to tell her. Should I just say that I think I have a daydreaming problem? ... (21 replies)
... Same here... i though it was normal at first but it got worse...i start getting worse at my studies. i imagine things about supernatural things. there is a main character i have created in my dreams and sometimes... like 7 times in 2 year i accidently called myself by that characters name. its a little scary but i like constantly daydreaming! But i want it 2 stop coz of my... (16 replies)
... It kinda feels irritating but I feel exactly the same as you. Is your daydreaming being affected by movies/video games you see? Do you watch anime and think yourself being among them? That's how I feel and based from what I read by your post (16 replies)
... So from a young age I have this attention problem. I can easily tune out and daydream about alternate realities in which I am a superhero or someone great who makes a huge difference. I am only 18 but have considered myself a huge failure, as I suck at a lot of things from academics to athletics. My younger sister is an overachiever and this has made me even sad. I... (16 replies)
... So from a young age I have this attention problem. I can easily tune out and daydream about alternate realities in which I am a superhero or someone great who makes a huge difference. I am only 18 but have considered myself a huge failure, as I suck at a lot of things from academics to athletics. My younger sister is an overachiever and this has made me even sad. Throughout... (21 replies)
... This is a very interesting thread for me to read. As a child, teachers were constantly saying that I daydream too much in class. I don't really remember it back then, but I know it continued as I got older. I would imagine different senerios in my head, and sometimes kind of act them out when I was alone. Mine were never where I wasn't aware of what was happening around me, it... (21 replies)
... thank you so much for replying. I had to cancel my therapist appointment last week due to finals that I had. But I do have an appointment this Friday and I plan to bring it up somehow. Im just nervous because everyone that has replied seems to HAVE daydreams like me, yet they only last a few minutes, mine last hours. :( I just feel like a freak or something. (21 replies)
... Daydreaming addiction can be very serious; you need a therapist who takes this seriously. It may be from past abuse, or due to attention deficit disorder (without the hyperactivity) or a number of things. But it needs to be addressed if it's as all-consuming as you say it is. It's the intelligent person's "coping mechanism" for a reality that's just a little too hard to bear.... (21 replies)
... I have a really good relationship with my psychiatrist so I just came out and told him. I told him how it started when I was young but is getting worse, and how it sometimes scares me. I don't know about your doctor but mine always ask me How are things going or how am I feeling today. I simple said lately I haven't been doing so well and then I told him about the daydreaming.... (21 replies)
... I have the same problem my social worker says that daydreaming is a common behavior for children suffering from past or present abuse. ... (21 replies)
... i am 19 years old and i have been daydreaming excessively since i was at least 12. i use to get in trouble at school because my teacher would tell my mother that i would always daydream. ... (3 replies)
... In the process of this constant daydreaming, I'd fallen in love with him, though technically, I'd fallen in love with the fictional version of him, NOT the real him. ... (1 replies)




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