The Perks of a Good Story

There's this girl and she is sitting at her computer thinking about the movie she just watched.
To be honest, she has seen it before about two years ago, but somehow this time it has captivated her like a mangled car wreck you can't look away from. Both in its beauty of the spoken word and the danger of seeing one's self through the character eyes.

The Perks of a Wallflower was written by Stephen Chbosky.

This is a kick-ass movie and that's all I'm telling you. By now you have seen the movie, read the book or heard its lore. Mental illness follows the main character and this is what pulls me.

Chbosky's adaptation is perfectly written like a dream. You can follow the characters from page to page or scene to scene and not feel like an outsider. You see, story world is where I live.

Maladaptive Daydreams are my special cocktail of OCD. I live in the constant rush of make-believe. For many years stories have been my companions like good friends sharing a conversati…

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Meditation can be defined as a practice where an individual focuses their mind on a particular object, thought or activity to achieve a mentally clear and emotionally calm state. Wikipedia
So, if I'm understanding them correctly they would like for us to Clear our mind. 

Hello, have you meet my OCD? It looks a lot like this picture to the right. My brain is always on the move.
For my brain to sit still for any length of time without being flooded by thoughts is a rare moment. My life is filled with dreams. Maladaptive Daydreaming. These amazing and most often exciting dreams have taken me to exotic landscapes around the world. Most days these time-consuming dreams seem so real that I shadow walk through the hours on the clock until the sun starts setting and I realize that once again my day has caught up to me and nothing or very little of my real life has been cared for.
I needed a way to release some of this brain ener…