After realizing the damage that maladaptive daydreaming has done to me, I've decided that I'm going to give everything I have to move on from this. There are some who can live with this and continue to have a fulfilling life but I feel like the only thing that maladaptive daydreaming has done is make things more difficult than they need to be. It feels good in the moment but it doesn't help me solve my problems. I'm really thinking about everything that I've missed out on. I know that once I stop everything that daydreaming has helped me escape from will come to the surface but I'm ready to face it.
I can't do it anymore because it always gets out of control and I end up isolating myself. It also seems to aggravate my anxiety and depression.
knights40 knights40
22-25, F
Apr 11, 2016