So I'm contemplating coming out to my therapist about being a DL and possibly an AB. I already told him that I think I like being a toddler but he couldn't read it and I couldn't explain it to him at the time.
Explain that I'm not only incontinent but am a DL. I like dressing like a toddler. That I enjoy being fed baby food/snacks and being tickled, held, hugged. That the playing with other little children and on several occasions, the toys in his office, wasn't a coincidence. I also brought in toys to play along side his. I'm not interested in little children. I have a lot of similarities with my father and one of the things my father had was Peter pan syndrome, don't know if this could be relevant.
Would it be bad to explain that aside from my professional life I rather be a toddler as oppose to just liking the memory of being a toddler? Or should I just leave it at the memories? I don't wish to stir up anything I just need to say it, safely. I want to explore it. I don't want to be creepy. I know the family I'm staying with wouldn't accept it.
Has anybody else came out to their therapist? If you don't mind sharing, how did it go from there? If not, your thoughts are also welcome. I get anxious for I am way too sensitive boy.