Question of the day.

What’s your biggest addiction?

My answer:

I think dreaming. Daydreaming, imagining things, visualising (though perhaps visualising isn’t the best word to use when you’re blind but I can’t think of a more adequate one) and generally spending time within my complex Brainworld structures. It’s a lot of fun, and I love it in there, but I’ve noticed that I do it so much and so often, and have done throughout my life, that I’m often pulled in there involuntarily, when I should and/or want to rather be focusing on something else, and then it can be a little frustrating.

How about you? 🙂

11 thoughts on “Question of the day.”

  1. Oh, I think blind people can visualize things for sure! To me, visualization is just one part imagery and other parts sound, smell, environment, atmosphere, feelings, etc., etc.

    My biggest addiction is food!! AAUGH!! It’s a constant battle! 😀

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  2. Stress? Anxiety?

    Can one be addicted to those things? I do it regularly enough it might as well be an addiction. And it’s just as bad as one.

    I am addicted to my husband! That’s a good one.

    Hot chocolate too.

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    1. Stress is a particularly awful addiction, I think, because most addictions have some pleasurable/gratifying element to them at least, and stress doesn’t. But I do agree it’s a lot like an addiction.


  3. For the longest time, it was the adrenaline of pushing myself beyond my limits. I’ve learned that I could endanger myself if I continue but I hope to one day be wise enough to know my boundaries. I love the feeling of being alive that it gives me.

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