Daydreaming: using waking fantasy and imagery for self-knowledge and creativity
Daydreams often disturb, bedevil, and puzzle people. What do they mean? Are the most bizarre ones an indication of madness? Dr. Klinger gathers the latest research on the subject into a comprehensive examination that practically answers readers' questions.
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