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  1. J

    How to overcome intense daydreaming?

    I was diagnosed with high functioning autism when I was at least a toddler, and all my life I've had an unusually active imagination. A part of expressing this imagination for me has been retreating into the imaginary world inside of my head and re-enacting what was going on in there. I often...
  2. celestialregale

    Maladaptive daydreaming?

    From what I understand it's not a recognized disorder, but I'm wondering if anyone else on the spectrum does it? I started looking into it when my husband asked what the heck I was doing pacing on the porch for hours at a time. I've done it for as long as I can remember and don't consider it a...
  3. Datura

    Intense Imagery Movements

    An article about children who exhibit self-stimulatory behaviors in conjunction with intense visual imagery. Some, but not all, exhibited other ASD traits. Taken from Intense imagery movements: a common and distinct paediatric subgroup of motor stereotypies Intense imagery movements: a common...
  4. SalanaEiyungAisis

    How can I stop daydreaming in class?

    Today, during my first class of the day, I began fussing over the fact that I was too shy to talk to someone and it carried on into my next course, making me unable to hear and concentrate. I was so frustrated I went into a bathroom down the hall and cried. It was the second time since being...
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