Daydreams

Dan wasn't a likable youngster or a happy one. Other children didn't care for his language or the kind of stories he told. They found him loud, deceitful, and cowardly. And they tried to stay away from him.

Dan wanted to feel good, to feel important and appreciated, so he daydreamed. He didn't take alcohol or drugs, but he escaped to a make-believe world almost as habit-forming. He turned off everything he didn't like, and in his dreamworld he was always right, always the hero.

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