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Discussing Maladaptive Daydreaming disorder or complusive fantasy.

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Can daydreams be interpreted the same as night dreams? Looking to meaning in our daydreams may reveal hidden truths about us.

How can faith help in coping with mental disorders? Can looking to your faith and beliefs give you strength and hope or does your disorder cause you to question your faith?

Are your daydreams in modern time? the past? or the future? We'll be discussing the idea of dreaming in different times. What does it mean to feel you're in the wrong time? Why is the "now" not as appealing to some of us?

How had MD effected your intimate relationships? Does your significant other know? Can you share your struggles with this disorder with your partner?

Have you been able to focus your daydreams into some creative endeavor? A poem? A Book? A Painting? A Song? Can expressing our DDs creatively help us cope with this disorder?

What helps? What doesn't? From antipsychotic drugs to meditation, let's look at what people have tried and what has made a difference in their lives.

The audio was so low with the new mic on Saturday's show that I have downloaded the show and boosted the audio as much as possible. Here is the rebroadcast of hte show and hopefully you will be able to hear the dialog.

Where do your characters come from? TV, movies, books, real life, made up? Are you one? Do you think all the characters are some part of your own subconscious? Have your characters changed over time? This will be my first... more

Why do we put ourselves through it? Fear, anger, and grief woven into a daydream. We cry, fell fear, sadness, all in our dream world. Can we control it? Is it linked to depression? Do we want to feel pain? Lets discuss our negative... more

Discussing maladaptive daydreaming disorder/compulsive fantasy and how your senses play into your daydreams. What you hear, touch, taste, or smell. Does it help you daydream? or pull you out of a daydream. Do you experience these... more
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