How Daydreaming can be Good for You

how daydreaming can be good for you
I daydream. A lot. I love imagining myself in situations that will probably never exist, but I still do it. It makes feel content. It makes me oblivious to the reality and I like it.
Reality sucks - a big time. Nothing goes my way, everything turns out the opposite of what I expect. If it wasn't for daydreaming I would have gone crazy. LOL. I know it kinda sounds really weird and probably stupid, but I like it and I'm sure many of you do too.

It's really easy to feel hurt and hopeless when things don't go our way, and imagining yourself in better situations makes you feel good even it's temporary. You know it will probably never happen in real life but just thinking about a good outcome makes you feel positive and gives you some power to deal with the shitty situations in your life.

Some people might argue that why would you waste your time imagining something that will never happen and instead do something to achieve your desired results.
 But when you feel low and have no motivation to do anything you would need to put things into perspective first, and in my opinion, daydreaming is a weird but effective way to do that. You imagine yourself as a powerful figure and you're able to do absolutely anything you want to do. Be it nailing an amazing speech in front of a big crowd, kissing your crush, earning a lot of money and splurging on your favorite items, it can be literally anything you want.
You become the star of your life.
 Well, at least in your head.

And that's precisely the starting point to achieve your desired goals. You actually can do anything if you put your head into it. I know you've probably heard this line a gazillion times, and you would think that's just easy to say but difficult to achieve.

But I believe it's better to think you can achieve anything you want to than just whine about life and thinking negative thoughts. You might not realize it right away but positive thoughts and the positive self-image will drive you forward.
 You become more open to experimenting and creating value out of your life.
 Earlier I just used to daydream about the things I could do but didn't have the courage to do it. But when I put myself out there, things appeared less scary.

 Believe me, take the first step and in no time you will actually be able to do things you have always imagined yourself doing. You will not have a sense of regret anymore- that you could have done things differently when you were in that situation. Take control of your life. It's not easy to do so but just keep trying.

Someday life will appear less messy.