Understanding Adult Babies: Their Psychology and Lifestyles

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AB Discovery, Aug 14, 2019

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?' Discover more at www.abdiscovery.com.au 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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Contents

Foreword
Why is this Subject Important?
Diaper Attraction
The Three Sides of Diaper Attraction
Why are Diapers so Important?
Introducing Adult Infantile Regression
Exploring Adult Infantile Regression
The beginnings of Adult Infantile Regression
Incontinence as a validation of the Adult Baby
The objects of the adult baby universe
Problems of the Adult Baby Life
Making some things easier
Identity Conflicts of the Adult Baby
Finding balance between the adult and the baby
Case Studies
A Christian Response to being an Adult Baby

The Drive for Authenticity in the Adult Baby

Common terms and phrases

About the author (2019)

The Bents are an Australian Mummy/Sissy AB married couple who in 2012 wrote and published the seminal book “There’s a baby in my bed!” which arrived to much discussion and more than a little controversy. Now in its second edition – “There’s still a baby in my bed!”, this massive book has garnered the admiration and appreciation of the thousands of Adult Babies and their partners who have read this book and taken it as a guide to their relationship.


Since that time, they have continued to research and write AB non-fiction and begun AB Discovery to help ABs find more about themselves.


Recently Michael has ventured into fiction and his first book – Home Detention – has received excellent reviews and more books are currently underway.

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