I thought i was the only one who dreamt too much but I always thought dreams were harmless. I've never had any traumatic experiences but i've always been unusually quiet and as my parents call me 'mature' child. I read a lot and that's where i get my stories from. Sometimes i play one of the characters and make up different scenarios. I end up md when i walk or exercise which is a bit problematic. I walk a lot in the house back and forwards through the kitchen and hallway, listening to music or the radio which i use as backtracks to my stories. I'm not bad in school i get quite good grades but i always finish all my work whenever i get time because i know that once i start daydreaming it's hard to stop. I keep walking for hours daydreaming until my legs are sore it's hard for me to daydream when i'm not moving. I just can't md when there are people around me because i tend to physically act my character and pretend they're surrounding me.
I've taken drama as one of my subjects for my exams because what i've actually found is that because of my daydreaming and acting different characters and emotions i'm actually quite good at drama . I like acting scripts but i'm just trying to get out of my shyness. I'm also relatively good at writing scripts and scenes because i can visualise characters and plots so it helps me get ideas and unique scenarios. I don't think i'll be able to give up daydreaming because it's just so hard to stop but now i've found a use for it and see it as a sort of gift.
I'm relating to you so much right now! I use my MD for creative writing so I totally get how it's easy to visualize characters and plots, and I also see it as a sort of gift because I love telling and reading stories, i think it's one of the best forms of art out there.