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... Ever since I was about 7 years old I have had a problem with constant daydreaming. ... (21 replies)
... ng 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)
... Daydreaming is not a bad thing unless it takes the place of real life. You might try writing 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. ... (1 replies)

... been times when i have been driving and would be so deep in a daydreaming that i would be just driving without realizing where i am going. a lot of the times my daydreams prevent me from getting the sleep that i need. excessive daydreaming is really interfering with my everyday life. but the funny thing is i like daydreaming. ... (3 replies)
... I daydream a lot too, especially to music. Whenever I hear a song, any song, the daydreams start to go along with it. Wierd, eh? ... (3 replies)
... This is EXACTLY what has been going on with me, except i dont really act out the daydreams persay. But sometimes I laugh at them outloud... ... (21 replies)
... okay just a little update: I talked with my psychologist in my therapy session about an hour ago. It was really hard and I started crying in the beginning like I ALWAYS do when I am nervous :D But really she didn't find it that big of a deal. I mean she KNOWS that it is affecting me socially, emotionally, and..educationally(?) lol but she just thinks that, yes I do... (21 replies)
... 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. ... (21 replies)
... As someone who daydreams a lot, I started fantasizing that we were together as a couple. ... (1 replies)
Self Talk
May 6, 2006
... i'm not me in these daydreams but someone else. ... (10 replies)
... severe obsessive compulsive behavior as well as constant fear from various sources. Also, growing up isolated with very few friends, the desire for attention caused me to become what I call a 'compulsive daydreamer'. ... (2 replies)
... fear or any sort of pain can lead to this sort of constant negative thinking...your brain does tend to fall into pattersons of thinking fairly easily I guess...and also, it's a major preventative measure. ... (7 replies)




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