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I sure did when I was a kid. I could not have a shirt with a tag attached to it & could never wear wool anything. The trip to the barber was a nightmare for me & the hours after of the itching from the hair clippings down my shirt would just drive me up a wall.
I am just wondering if SPD works in the opposite where you could not get enough? I remember having this blanket that has a satin edging along the top that I had to rub between my fingers so I could fall asleep. Now that I am older I am not so sensitive to tags & ill-fitting clothing anymore, although ties still feel like a noose to me XD, but I still have that need for the feeling of soft comforting items to hold on to so I can sleep at night. So yeah I have my favorite teddy close by every night.
My other thought is dose SPD have something to do with diaper wearing as well? I know I feel more comfortable when I have mine on. Soft, warm, & the feel of the plastic puts me into overload & into a overall good mood.
I do believe there are many other issues as to why I like this & love acting like a kid. I am just wondering if this as well as other issues are a factor & if anyone else has possibly linked this to AB/DL as well.