Hi, I'm new to this group, but I heard this is a safe place to share my thoughts and feelings on the subject of fanfiction.
I have been reading fanfiction on and off for the past 6 years. It was an accident, I swear. It started with one direction fanfiction, and went from there. It began to be a part of my daily life.
Eventually, my parents recognised I was spending an unhealthy amount of time on the computer, and coming away more emotional than before, and stopped me going on there.

Last year, fanfiction returned.

I was reading them daily once more, my emotions spiraling, just like my grades. I would talk about the characters like they were my friends. No one understood.

That was the year of my gcses...jYou can imagine how well THEY went.

I thought when Idstarted college, I would be normal, my life would be back on track. I'd be able to do something meaningful with my life.


The small hours I do at college gives me more time during the day to read fanfics. I have the Wattpad application on my phone, so it is with my person at all times. Since its my phone and I can read in secret, my parents don't know about my problem.

There's no stopping me.

I'm unstoppable.

The other week I didn't sleep til 3 am due to this drug.

That is what fanfiction is. A powerfully, addictive drug. We lose sleep, are emotionally drained, unable to do daily functions, such as communicating with other, real life human beings.



Help me.
50shadesoffanfiction 50shadesoffanfiction
18-21, F
2 Responses Jan 20, 2016

I'm afraid once you go fanfiction you can't go back but it's not all that bad... What is your favourite

Ahh you seem to have the same problem as me I guess. Text me I guess I could be of some help...