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deathlost

423d

This is a little embarrassing to ask, but I feel like I'm alone in it. With the age regression that comes with BPD, does anyone wear diapers or anything to do with any of that?

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    • runawayren

      388d

      @darkpanda same here

    • Typicaldeepgenz

      401d

      It's always something I've wanted to try not necessarily with diapers but like with dummy's I think u call them pacifiers . I've wanted to try age regression but I don't get to a lot other than when I'm at uni becuase safety and thst

    • Maddie6

      401d

      I age regress as a coping skill and I use diapers from time to time. But I wouldn’t say that I’m like forced into that state. Tho I do feel myself slip into a state of acting like a child when I’m upset or when I’m with my partner and feel comfortable

    • Kitten360

      402d

      I've heard of others having it but don't have it myself personally

      • BabyBells

        402d

        @Kitten360 that’s probably good. One less thing to worry about but it can be a good coping tool

        • Kitten360

          402d

          @BabyBells there are times I feel like I have it but it's very fleeting. Like I love stuffed animals and coloring and people taking care of me

    • fakeosphere

      402d

      Wait wait wait AGE REGRESSION is a BPD SYMPTOM??? that makes SO MUCH sense omg... and to answer your question... yes.

      • deathlost

        401d

        @fakeosphere Yes, I did a lot of research on BPD a while back lol

      • BabyBells

        402d

        @fakeosphere right?

    • Melancholyghosts

      419d

      I don’t wear diapers however I have a pacifier and a sippy cup along with like baby blankets and such

    • Eren2273

      419d

      I don't age regress but I know that things like this are normal with age regression, even with people who don't have BPD

    • italianxpeaches

      419d

      I don't use diapers but I love love love stuffed animals. Particularly deer. The brands have changed over the years from beanie babies all the way to squishmallows now. My family low-key shames me for it now that I'm almost 30, always asking me why I want them when a boyfriend or friend buys them for me or I get them with my own money. Do what makes you happy and feel safe. Nobody's business if it's not causing harm.

    • bouncydumpling

      419d

      Yeah! Some people enjoy using them as part of their age regression and regress to a younger time in them and enjoy feeling safe in them in little space.

    • Kalimera

      419d

      I do not have BPD as far as I know, but I regress for other reasons, and I do use diapers for that! When I can get them of course. It’s a bit difficult for me at the moment in regards to retrieving them.

    • darkpanda

      423d

      I do age regression but don't use dipers

      • runawayren

        388d

        @darkpanda same here

    • Owls

      423d

      I don't have this but I feel constantly that I am a teenager but I lost my teen years. This platform sees great for finding people who have BPD but isn't not. I recommend Reddit for regression to infancy. Despite its flaws, you'll be matched with people who can understand

      • crafty_spoony

        388d

        @Owls I get this type of age regression too, I had to move back in with my parents last year, and despite being 28, constantly feel like a teenager.

        • BabyBells

          388d

          @crafty_spoony I think that’s fairly normal

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