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    I can't control when I slip into my little headspace and once I'm there it's extremely hard for me to get out of it, and it happens quite often, is there anyone else who has the same thing, and if so do you have any tips on how to cope with it?

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    Pretty much everything we talk about and do here is weird, so the default answer has to be yes.

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    For me, I have trouble getting into little mode if anything. That's mainly because of typical life stress and I'm not super AB so it just isn't easy for me to completely "let go" so to speak which I'd love to be able to do. I like childish things really more than I can get into little mode (i.e. I love my plushies and watching cartoons, but that's just me being me, not regressing or anything like that).

    As far as getting stuck in your little headspace as being weird or not, I honestly can't say. I think to most people on this forum, it won't seem too strange or will at least be understandable. I'm even willing to bet there are others on here that experience the same exact or similar things. Now compared to the majority of the world, as Maxx pointed out, most of what we do is already considered "weird" to begin with.

    The more control you have over your own emotions and psyche the better though. So getting "stuck" in your little head space doesn't sound like it's necessarily a good or healthy thing. But I think most people have trouble and spend most of their lives learning to control those internal feelings, so that is normal.

    A far as coping with it goes, I'd say try to see if there are other things in your life that could cause you to regress. I know that sometimes regressing itself can be a coping mechanism or a result of something else. So the next time you start feeling like you're going to get stuck in little mode (or if you're already stuck in little mode) try to look at external factors that could influence your feelings. Have you been spending more hours working at a job or for school or both? Having less time for recreation and relaxation to recharge could be causing your subconscious to force you into little mode to recharge. Do you have a relationship that isn't exactly going "ideally"? Sometimes instead of dealing with an immediate problem (especially if it's a significant or unusually unpleasant problem) it's easier and more appealing to do ANYTHING else (such as regress) than to deal with the problem. Maybe you'll notice a pattern and can identify what or if there is something causing you to get stuck in a regressed mode. There is a chance it could also be a phase that will naturally go away over time. Some other things (such as coping mechanisms) you'll naturally pick up on as you get older and get more life experience as well.

    I'm no doc or psychologist. I just got my own opinions and personal experience, so hopefully there's something in there that might be of help to you. Good luck with it, I'm sure there are others on this forum that can and will comment as well (hopefully).

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    But see that's what I find strange is that, I'm not stressed, this has been happening since I was about 12, I don't know why it happens and I can usually hide it but it seems to be getting worse as time goes on

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    Quote Originally Posted by Babygirl10 View Post
    But see that's what I find strange is that, I'm not stressed, this has been happening since I was about 12, I don't know why it happens and I can usually hide it but it seems to be getting worse as time goes on
    There may be some sort of psychological need, or is it sexual and the drive is kicking in? For me, I'm usually getting into some sort of project whether it's around the house or work related. That usually drives the "little" thoughts out of my head as I concentrate doing something else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Babygirl10 View Post
    But see that's what I find strange is that, I'm not stressed, this has been happening since I was about 12, I don't know why it happens and I can usually hide it but it seems to be getting worse as time goes on
    Since you're saying you can control it, I think you're okay. It's not really any more weird than the rest of this whole thing we do and you'll find people here on a spectrum from no interest in being little at all to being little as much as possible while keeping their lives running.

    My guess based on what you've said so far is that there's a sexual component in this for you and that's what is pushing you into that headspace. I could be wrong and if you've got more information about how you feel when it happens that might help us figure out what's motivating you. But my first guess is definitely sexual as those are the most obvious sorts of feelings that can overwhelm or at least threaten to overwhelm the more logical parts of yourself. If that's what it is, the best way to resolve your worry would be to indulge it a bit more often, which will cause your wandering thoughts to wander a little bit less at other times.

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    I find it that when I am actively doing something there are no little or regressive thoughts floating around in my head, like when I am at work. I would do something to keep me busy so that my thought train is on something else.
    Good luck.

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