Monday, April 22

New York Posts Covers Maladaptive Daydreaming

What Happens When Maladaptive Daydreaming Takes Over Your Life

American publication, The New York Post, recently published an article on Maladaptive Daydreaming. In the article, by Jane Ridley, two parents talk about realising what their children are experiencing has a name.

She admitted that her education suffered since it was “hard to focus” on classes. Her mother, Sara Thom, told The Post that she constantly worried about Ellie’s inattention in school.

Thom recounted the time Ellie asked her what she thought about when she was “bored and sitting around with nothing to do.” Thom replied: “It’s usually about my to-do list and what’s happening next.”

Ellie, she recalled, looked “disgusted” and blurted out: “But don’t you daydream?”

To read the article click HERE

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