Adult Babies: Psychology and Practices

The world of the Adult Baby can appear bizarre and incomprehensible to many from the outside looking in. Even to Adult Babies themselves the powerful drives and confusing needs can be a struggle to manage.

In the Bent’s second major work on the topic, this book dissects the psychological structure of Adult Infantile Regression and seeks to answer many of the seemingly unanswerable questions such as ‘why are people attracted to diapers?’, ‘where did this all come from’ and ‘what do I do about this?’

This book is designed not just for Adult Babies themselves, but also family, friends, partners and therapists who want to simply understand what is going on.

There is a lot more to Adult Babies than diapers and pacifiers. Read this book to learn more!

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Adult Babies: Psychology and Practices

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It answers many of the questions that plague both ABs themselves and the people they deal with – family, friends and partners. It is also highly suitable for therapists seeking a broader and more detailed dissection of the Adult Baby drives, needs and practices.

This book is available direct from us for only $US9.95. We will email you the book in PDF format. If you desire Kindle (MOBI) format or EPUB, let us know and we will send you that instead.

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The Complete Works of Rosalie and Michael Bent

Teens in diapers
abdl psychology Coffee with Rosie
Being an Adult Baby three chambers
Where Big Babies Live bedwetter club
home detention left alone
hidden child divergent paths
ABCs Matilda bent not broken

What are people saying about this book?

** “Very interesting book. I would recommend this to any one that’s curious about the subject. More than just stories about adult babies it explained the reason behind it.
** “Great recommend those that struggle with abdl. I actually shared this with my mental health doctor see thinks has some good points.”
** “I loved the book and have found a better understanding of my ‘Little Side’ that I have. I will be recommending this book to others and to any future significant others that I may have.”
** “It is the only book that I have read that answers all the questions I have had about Adult Infantile Regression, and where it comes from.”