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age regression as a coping mechanism


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porcelain

this topic is not shaming anyone. this is just for informational purposes. i do not promote minors in kink or participate in ABDL!!

 

what is age regression?

age regression is a coping mechanism for people who have dealt with childhod trauma, anxiety, depression, and ptsd. age regression is when a person regresses into a childlike state, or even a toddler state. age regressors do things like using adult pacifiers, sippy cups, stuffed animals, watching cartoons, and some people baby talk too. 

 

age regression is NOT

age regression is not a kink. it is a coping mechanism. the sexual versions of age regression are

ABDL (adult baby diaper lover)- someone who enjoys being a baby even though they are an adult. 

DDLG (daddy dom/little girl)- a relationship between a dominant male who plays a "daddy" role and submissive female who plays as a "little girl" role

MDLG (mommy dom/little girl)- relationship between a dominant female (mommy) and submissive female (little girl)

MDLB (mommy dom/little boy) relationship between a dominant female (mommy) and submissive male (little boy)

DDLB (daddy dom/little boy)- relationship between a dominant male (daddy) and submissive male (little boy)

 

a daddy or mommy and little relationship can also be non-sexual. 

CG/L (caregiver/little)- a non-sexual relationship between an age regressor and their partner. the partner does play a role as a mommy/daddy, but it does not sexualize the little. the caregiver in this relationship may be called daddy or mommy, but instead of just being sexual, the caregiver cares for the little and supports them.

 

personally, my most recent ex boyfriend and i were in a cg/l relationship. we were both age regressors, but once in a while he would be the little and i, the caregiver. though, most of the time, i was the little in our relationship since i regress more often. i buy and make a lot of decorated adult sized pacifiers and use them since it helps with the fact that i like chewing on things and putting things in my mouth. i also like holding stuffies and watching cartoons, especially adventure time and my melody! i do baby talk and sometimes text my friends in little talk since i have friends who are also littles! i have a big closet in my room and im currently turning it into my own little space area! im gonna add fairy lights, put most of my stuffies in there, buy some sensory cubes, and some more cutesy little things!

 

examples of little talk/baby talk:

 

hewwo! how yous? i wike candy! pwease gib me hugs heehee

 

translation:

 

hello! how are you? i like candy! please give me hugs heehee!

 

little:

dada, chu pwease color wif me? pweeeease

translation:

daddy, will you please color with me? pleeease

little:

i ish vewy sleepies, nini!

translation:

im very sleepy, goodnight!!

 

here's a photo of my most recent custom decorated pacifier that i just bought. still waiting for it to come i cant wait!!

 

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Thanks for the post.  I really didn't know much about this.

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Mary Jane

Can any cartoon really count? Because I love cartoons but I’m not doing age regression at least I don’t watch them to go to like a child like state

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tracy_j

It's interesting to read this. Apart from the stuffed animals I have the only thing I can think of is my deliberate cultivation of a childlike attitude to learning such that I can learn and accept new ideas more readily; ie I try to avoid blinkered views and similar restrictions which often come with age. In that I have no age bias and fear of appearing childish (in the keeping up appearances sense).

 

Your last comments on baby talk do remind me of an advert for sweets / candy over here currently which has two policemen in a police car dubbed with childrens voices. People tend to love or hate it. I tend to mimic them and similar but more my sense of humour though.

 

Tracy

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porcelain
On 5/13/2021 at 3:05 PM, Mary Jane said:

Can any cartoon really count? Because I love cartoons but I’m not doing age regression at least I don’t watch them to go to like a child like state

if you just watch cartoons because you like watching cartoons, thats not considered age regression. it just  means you like watching cartoons. i watch cartoons and cuddle my stuffies personally but thats just me.

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porcelain
On 5/14/2021 at 1:30 AM, tracy_j said:

It's interesting to read this. Apart from the stuffed animals I have the only thing I can think of is my deliberate cultivation of a childlike attitude to learning such that I can learn and accept new ideas more readily; ie I try to avoid blinkered views and similar restrictions which often come with age. In that I have no age bias and fear of appearing childish (in the keeping up appearances sense).

 

Your last comments on baby talk do remind me of an advert for sweets / candy over here currently which has two policemen in a police car dubbed with childrens voices. People tend to love or hate it. I tend to mimic them and similar but more my sense of humour though.

 

Tracy

thank you! i think having a childlike attitude for humorous purposes is fun. i do not baby talk when i'm not age regressing, but i do have a childish sense of humor every now and then. for me, age regression is my second personalty you could say, especially since things like depressing, political, and adultlike topics are topics i tend to avoid when im in little space. theres nothing wrong with having a childish attitude or a sense of humor though!

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3 hours ago, porcelain said:

if you just watch cartoons because you like watching cartoons, thats not considered age regression. it just  means you like watching cartoons. i watch cartoons and cuddle my stuffies personally but thats just me.

ok ^^ 

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