Wednesday, June 19


What Do I Do Now?

What Do I Do Now?

First steps after discovering Maladaptive Daydreaming: You've recently discovered Maladaptive Daydreaming and it's all looking a bit overwhelming. There's a lot of people saying a lot of things, some contradictory, and, if we're being honest, you don't even know how you feel about it yet. Is it really a disorder? And if it is, is it really so bad? Are you supposed to want to stop it? Is this even what you have after all? This article doesn't answer any of those questions. I'm afraid this is more of a journey than you were probably hoping. But maybe we can help you find your way: Step 1: Do Nothing. It can take a moment to acclimate to the idea of MD and what it might mean for you and your life.  You can, and should, take some time for yourself to let your thoughts and...
Parallel Lives; A Maladaptive Daydreaming Podcast
Announcement, Media

Parallel Lives; A Maladaptive Daydreaming Podcast

Every episode built by the Maladaptive Daydreaming Community Parallel Lives, an MD community podcast is now live. Here hosts, Dimmer and Levi, talk to an every changing panel of guests about their lived experience with Maladaptive Daydreaming. Each episode takes on a different theme allowing the audience to get a feel for MD's impact on the actual lives of fellow MDers. Parallel Lives is available on Spotify, Pocket Casts, Google Podcasts and more (click here). It can also be found on You Tube, the first episode is below. The podcast is published on the 1st and 16th of every month, if you'd like to be a part of the show join the Discord and add the "podcast" role to yourself.
Informative, Media

Interview with Eli Somer

Question Time on maladaptive daydreaming The following article is the transcription of the video interview that Valeria Franco had with Professor Eli Somer, the first who have studied maladaptive daydreaming. You can watch the interview at this link. Valeria Franco: Hello everyone, this is Valeria Franco and today I have a very special guest joining me, Professor Eli Somer. Welcome Professor. Eli Somer: Pleasure to be here.Franco: Professor Somer, you were the first to have studied Maladaptive Daydreaming, in 2002, and so today I would like to talk with you to gain a better understanding of this problem.  I have asked my online communities if they had some questions for you and I have gathered here the most interesting ones.  Somer: Alright.Valeria: The first...
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