Hi. I am 17 years and I am going to be 18 in a few months and I have goals I plan to achieve but I always fear that I would never achieve them or be where I want to be because daydreaming makes me feel comfortable and I fear that in the comforting feeling I get from it I will never feel challenged enough to fight and achieve them
Hi, I’m in exactly the same position as you. I turned 17 this year and being in lockdown has meant I spend most my day daydreaming. I want so much out of life that I daydream it because I doubt myself. I doubt that I’ll ever do anything at this rate and I need help. The daydreams make me feel better in a way but I always know that they’re not real. How am I helping myself by daydreaming away my life? I haven’t lived yet and Covid is making me scared that I’ll be stuck in my daydreams forever.
Hy I am 20 and turning 21 in few weeks time , I have always found comfort in daydreaming , Whatever emotions I experience i turn to daydreaming ,am worried because i spend most of my time daydreaming and some how feel like its gonna delay my progress . !!!! And I feel so comfortable that I might think that am succesfull and Am not yet. Am doing my second year in Varsity and well i need all the concentration its getting harder year by year. In this Daydream forum I hope we can get the help we need and look up to a new realistic life and remember that REALITY IS WHAT IN FRONT OF US.
lizzielkambajuliet Ain't it hard being a teen. I'm 17 too turning 18 in october and I'm just so consumed with daydreaming and I think it's because we spent so much time in a third lockdown (UK) that I no longer am comfortable socialising. I know it sounds bad but it's true. I'd rather just be with my thoughts. I'm worried I'm not making enough academic progress. It's just a mess really