Here I'm posting a copy of the blurb about me that I listed on my Profile page. It reads like this:
I'm an infantilist who feels that he has succeeded in gaining a certain type of mastery over his infantilist tendencies. I'm now 53 years old, and am the owner of the Infantalist Support Network [link removed - please don't advertise your own site in your introduction]. This is a both a new and an old site, as I have owned it off and on for the last 15 years. I once again own it now. There I plan on posting my own story over the next month or so. I'm now happily married and my wife is aware of my tendencies. I do not let my DL tendencies get in the way of our marriage or of my adult life in the 'real' world. I first became aware of my DL tendencies when I was 13, and have been acting on them from time to time for the last 40 years now. In the last several years, these tendencies have become a relatively insignificant part of my life, just like a scar that has healed might be. They will always be there, just as a scar might be, but as the scar has healed, it no longer causes concern, discomfort or pain.
At the infantilist support site I will try to tell how I got from A to B in one piece. That is how I got from having this strange subconscious desire that seemed to almost verge on self-destructiveness, and that would surface into my conscious mind to wreak havoc in various aspects of my adult life, to where I am today, where the subconscious desire is nearly non-existent, and it no longer interferes with my day to day adult life in any significant way. These days I think I can understand what the desires are all about, why they are in my life, where they came from, and what to do with them when and if they do resurface, so that instead of causing distress in my overall life as they once did, they now merely point the way towards renewal and healing.
I hope that some here might be able to benefit from this new/ old free website that I am about to relaunch.
(end of my profile blurb)
If there might be anyone here who might have an interest in what I'm calling a sort of a 'cure' (if there is any such thing) for infantilism, your input here on this thread would be most welcome.
By the way, I think I might know who owns this site, perhaps Bittergrey, no? Who ever you are, you deserve a whole lot of credit for creating it. It looks to me to be quite good and helpful. Thanks!!