Sunday, February 5

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French-Language MD Community merging with new Discord server.
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French-Language MD Community merging with new Discord server.

Notre Discord! La communauté French Reverie Compulsive a officiellement fusionné avec un serveur alternatif. Les anciens liens RC ne fonctionneront plus car ce serveur a été interrompu. Si vous étiez membre de RC, ou auriez aimé l'être, rejoignez-nous sur DaydreamingFr, le serveur MD de langue française ! The French MD community has officially merged with an alternate server.  The old RC links will no longer work as that server has been discontinued.  If you were a member of RC, or would have liked to have been, join us on DaydreamingFr,  the French Language MD server!Cliquez ICIClick HERE
Results in; October 1st chosen as MD awareness date.
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Results in; October 1st chosen as MD awareness date.

The awareness poll results are in. This poll was shared across MD communities on a variety of platforms. Thank you to everyone who participated. October 1st is the date that was chosen. MDC members are currently working to meet requirements for awareness day registries. In the meantime though; we do not need the date to be registered to observe it. Please contact the MDC with awareness event or campaign ideas.
Maladaptive Daydreaming Center launches today!
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Maladaptive Daydreaming Center launches today!

Hello everyone! Today, 2nd October 2021, we are officially opening the gate of this new website.The purpose of it is to have one center for all projects and online communities that have sprouted on the internet during the lasts decade. More and more people are now informed about the existence of the maladaptive daydreaming disorder, but the way to achieve a wide and full awareness of it is still long. Here you can find the main communities on every social network, projects, videos and anything related to maladaptive daydreaming. We are the administrators and moderators of the main communities and we hope that with our united presence to raise awareness on this psychological problem, still very much unknown and misunderstood. Thank you for dedicating your time to visit us! ...
How to view The Daydreamers documentary
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How to view The Daydreamers documentary

'The Daydreamers' documentary has been selected for this year's 'Rhode Island International Film Festival'.Because of the pandemic, the festival is organizing online screenings, which gives everyone around the world an opportunity to access the film for free. 'The Daydreamers' is scheduled to go live from this Friday August 13th at 5:15pm EST. It will be available to watch for a full seven days following its launch, so the last day to watch it will be Friday August 20th. You'll be able to access the film using this link: https://prog.tsharp.xyz/en/riiff/39/film/6810/The-DaydreamersOnce the film goes live, you will see a viewing link appear as well as a ticket icon, which will direct you to 'The Daydreamers' screening block. To access the film, you will just need to click the "To V...
Newsletter Coming Soon
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Newsletter Coming Soon

Jayne Rachael launches MD newsletter, follow link to sign up. From her announcement: HI everyone, I'm about to get started on a newsletter about MDD that will feature articles about the latest research, stories about individual community members who are overcoming it, tips for controlling it and discuss certain topics of special interest to the community. (e.g the relationship between MDD and other mental health disorders, parenting/dating with MDD, differences between immersive and maladaptive daydreaming etc) Please let me know if you have any interest in writing an article for the newsletter, being interviewed on the corresponding website, or have ideas of things we should cover. I'm putting together an advisory board for it, so please reach either here or the contact link on the...
May is mental health awareness month
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May is mental health awareness month

Depression and anxiety are two of the most common forms of mental health issues. On average, 1 in 5 Americans will experience a mental health issue this year. You are not alone. To Support Your Mental Health Allow yourself to feel. “big girls don’t cry,” or “man up.” These outdated ideas are harmful, not helpful. Everyone has emotions – they are part of the human experience-and you have every right to feel them. Don’t ignore how you’re feeling. When we try to push feelings aside without addressing them, they build strength and make us more likely to “explode” at some point in the future. It may not always be appropriate to process your emotions at the very moment you are feeling them, but try to do so as soon as you can. Talk it out. Find someone you trust that you can talk t...
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A Day in the Life of a daydreamer

Maladaptive daydreaming disorder support group on Facebook now has a new sub group. Our main group has always been about supporting each other in coping with the negative aspects of md and striving to improve our real lives. Our new subgroup is a more relaxed conversational group for just talking about all aspects of daydreaming.  https://www.facebook.com/groups/302744034140032
Support for MD on Zoom
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Support for MD on Zoom

Maladaptive Daydreaming Community Support Group User Scole has started a support group which meets on Zoom weekly. Two times are available, one Friday and one Sunday, to accommodate a variety of time zones. Users get together (video not required) and discuss their experiences in a guided discussion. As of now the group sits at about 3 members, meeting invites are posted on both Discord and Reddit. If you're interested in taking part, or want to learn more, join the Discord for more information.
Parallel Lives; A Maladaptive Daydreaming Podcast
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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. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H5GgHiEX6oQ&t=2s