Post by daydreamerindistress on Aug 19, 2021 4:58:50 GMT
Music has always been my biggest trigger—sometimes it’s hard for me to be around other people when particular music is playing because I feel such an overwhelming urge to day dream (or “imagine” as I used to call it before I knew what MD was). Sometimes I can feel myself zoning out and fading in and out of the conversation/moment and slipping into my head. This is something that’s always been difficult for me to deal with because I’m too embarrassed to tell anyone in my life about my MD
A couple of days ago I went for a walk with my friend and we stumbled upon a small concert. We weren't even allowed in the audience but the music was so loud that it was impossible to ignore. The band was playing this kind of folk rock - it reminded me of the Witcher soundtrack and my brain IMMEDIATELY went to one of the book scenes I daydreamed writing about. Music from movies/video games has absolutely the strongest pull, but ordinary songs in a radio provoke fantasizing as well. I'm too addicted to stop though.
Hi my name is gabby, and i have been struggling with md ever since i was little but never relized it til age 13. when i was little i would always play songs and wish i was the main character and singing and being famous. as i got over the topic changed into me being into someone else. Hotter, better body, had so many friends, etc. i talked to my mom about it and i don’t think she understands how affecting it is to my daily life. i feel like there’s a huge mountain in-front of me. i wish i could just stop and i wish there was a cure for it like there is for mental disorders. it feels like i had to be born with something so addicting and hard to get rid of without having someone who actually got rid of it which is rlly hard to find. i tried following you tube videos but they don’t work . i always get “eveyone day dreams” but they don’t understand people who struggle with it go on long period daydreaming sessions several times a day everyday. i feel like this should be taken more seriously and spoken out about.