The Adult Baby - An Identity on the Dissociation Spectrum
AB Discovery, Nov 5, 2019
Dylan Lewis, in conjunction with Dax Jordan, has put together a lengthy and substantive book that addresses the crucial elements of the Adult Baby identity - a question that plagues us all.
The author makes a well-researched and brilliantly written case that the core of the Adult Baby Identity is one that fits on the dissociation spectrum. It may be a long way from the Dissociative Identity Disorder we know much about, but it is still on that spectrum, if at the other end of it.
If you are an adult baby or you live with one, this is THE book that will clue you in to who you are, how you behave and why you do what you do.
A 65,000 word meticulously researched book that belongs on the bookshelves of every AB, every partner of an AB and every therapist tasked with helping an AB find the balance and understanding they so desperately crave.
One of the best books on the topic ever written.
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