In my previous topic asking if anyone has a disability, I noticed a majority have an Autism spectrum disorder or some other disorder that limits their ability. It kind of makes me wonder if maybe that condition does play apart in being a diaper lover or adult baby.
The reason I brought this up is because I see how it would make sense. People get ridiculed and often times see the world in a different way then a normal person does. So for them, say an autistic person, could have grown up rocking in their room obsessing over trains and computers and not even know what being a normal child is like. It would make up for the mental age that a person has as they get older and wiser when they realize how much they missed out.
Maybe because they notice how other children acted or how a child is always carefree and stress free that most people want to relive that same experience.
I mean even when you are bullied, emotional issues and traumatic experiences arise from that sort of abuse. It could be a coping mechanism for some of us that we choose to go to because we know things will seem better for us.
...don't get me wrong. I know some of you aren't disabled and have other reasons but it does seem like even then you might have had a bad childhood too. It wouldn't surprise me if a study was done to implement this too because most of the time, regression place a key part in these sort of things.
Agree or disagree... just don't yell at me. XD