Luz Colendrino-Bucu, Manuel R. Guerrero, Baceliza M. Pascual, Rosalinda Arre-San Mateo

Most of us daydream. We can control it, unlike sleep. The content of our daydreams tends to reflect what is motivating or of importance to us. These daydreams are more related to our physical and social environment. They are parts of our daily activities varying from person to person depending upon his desires, or dislikes. This is a part of our waking consciousness. When you cannot solve your problem, you just throw yourself to your rocking chair and start fantasizing. You are just using your imagination to understand what other people are experiencing. Fantasy can contribute to your creativity thus making you more psychologically fit.
Whether daydreams are adaptive or maladaptive depends on us. Some students daydream and spend much time in fantasy life. They want easy life and they don’t do much studying. The supervisor or the secretary daydreams also. Most of us daydream especially when we are in a stage where we can not resolve our problems; we regress and delve into some kind of wishful thinking.

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1 Response to Luz Colendrino-Bucu, Manuel R. Guerrero, Baceliza M. Pascual, Rosalinda Arre-San Mateo

  1. shinichi says:

    Introduction to Psychology

    A Textbook in General Psychology

    by Luz Colendrino-Bucu, Manuel R. Guerrero, Baceliza M. Pascual, Rosalinda Arre-San Mateo

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    Chapter Five: Altered States of Consciousness

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