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Recently, I've been struggling to get into headspace. It's always been a bit of a challenge to get into littlespace, but I usually manage to become little one or two days a week. I'm using to repressing it during the week because being little at school isn't easy, and I don't want to slip up. The last time I went into littlespace was the end of April, and I'm getting desperate. I have tried watching cartoons, playing with stuffies, eating my favorite "little" snacks, but nothing works. I was able to get into middle headspace for a little bit this weekend, but it's not the same. Even looking through littlespace blogs on tumblr didn't work (that's one of the main things I do to regress).

I don't have a caregiver to help me, so if anyone could give me ideas that would be awesome.

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I'm new to this but my little space is usually me playing a child's handheld game, pokemon for example while Mr. Teddy is on my lap watching me play. 

 

Maybe having little friends to talk to or call on skype/other voice chat would help as well. Maybe it'd be like a play-date and you could watch a cartoon together or talk about your stuffie and favorite snacks. 

 

I'm not sure it will 100% work, but it's worth a try. As I said I'm new to this and I've only gone into my little space a few times. I'm willing to help however I can if you need it. 

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I understand entirely where you're coming from, I've been in your shoes SO many times, but you know what my problem was ? I kept pushing myself to be little. I knew I was missing out and so I pressured myself more and more to be little, I was convinced that something was wrong with me - but in all actuality, there was nothing wrong - I just needed to take some deep breathers and remember that being little is who I am and it will come naturally, no matter what type of crock of shit I am in - it will always come back. I understand you are frustrated and REALLY want to be little, just take some deep breaths and take it slow into slowly introducing yourself to regressing again. Stress, lack of time, energy, anything like that can definitely put a soft stop to your regression but don't worry - it happens to all of us ^_^ You will get your little self back and that side of you will be back and stronger than ever. I've had plenty of those nights where I stayed up late bawling my eyes out because I thought my little self was gone and I wasn't a little anymore, so concerned that I lost who I was at the end of my crappy days as of lately. 

 

But no, you will regress again; the key to obtaining littlespace again is to not pressure yourself into that mindset - littlespace is a form of blissfulness, it really doesn't make sense to pressure yourself into it, now does it? 

 

Best of luck to you dear, just remember that you're not alone and you will live a day in the life of a little girl again! ^_^ 

 

Keep doing whatever past little-you used to love doing in her littlespace time whether it was colouring, drawing, stuffies, cartoons (find a new cartoon? My favourite little shows are Powerpuff girls, Sofia the First, Puffin Rock, Miraculous, Max and Ruby, my Daddy is trying to get me to watch more Paw Patrol so maybe you'll like it too :p), bubble baths, maybe make some birth certificates for your stuffies and write an extravagant storyline for each of them :p)

Just keep those little reminders close to you! ^_^

 

Yes, having little friends do help - but for some people, such as myself, I have trust issues when it comes to new people and I don't gain friends so easily, particularly littles nowadays. Not sure if you're the introvert, shy, aloof type, like myself - so I wouldn't push that idea, but if I'm wrong, go right ahead and reach out to some littles for some banter. ^_^ I'm always here to chat! 

 

I hope you get better. :)
 

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This is a reply I posted to another Little with a similar problem.  Its a slightly different route to get there, but the destination is the same.  

 

One the sayings I have to tell myself is "less thinking more doing".  Give your brain the night off and tap into your other senses.  Put on your jammies and feel how soft they are on your skin.  Put on some cartoons - not to watch but to hear the sounds.  Lay down with a stuffie and a box of crayons.  Open the box of crayons not to draw but to smell them.  Then put your stuffie in your favorite spot and close your eyes.  Then let your ears, your nose and your touches help you get back to your Little Space.  Its more about feeling than thinking.  When you get there enjoy the moment with your stuffie, watch cartoons or color.

 
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I'm new to this but my little space is usually me playing a child's handheld game, pokemon for example while Mr. Teddy is on my lap watching me play. 

 

 

I'm planning on trying this soon. One of my main little activities is playing on my 3DS, so I'm hoping to try playing on it this weekend when I'll have more privacy. Thanks for the tips!

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I understand entirely where you're coming from, I've been in your shoes SO many times, but you know what my problem was ? I kept pushing myself to be little. I knew I was missing out and so I pressured myself more and more to be little, I was convinced that something was wrong with me - but in all actuality, there was nothing wrong - I just needed to take some deep breathers and remember that being little is who I am and it will come naturally, no matter what type of crock of shit I am in - it will always come back. I understand you are frustrated and REALLY want to be little, just take some deep breaths and take it slow into slowly introducing yourself to regressing again. Stress, lack of time, energy, anything like that can definitely put a soft stop to your regression but don't worry - it happens to all of us ^_^ You will get your little self back and that side of you will be back and stronger than ever. I've had plenty of those nights where I stayed up late bawling my eyes out because I thought my little self was gone and I wasn't a little anymore, so concerned that I lost who I was at the end of my crappy days as of lately. 

 

 

Honestly, I think you are right. I just have to relax and I'll eventually become little again. Headspace is my stress reliever, so I'm gonna have to find another way to de-stress so I can get back into littlespace. Thank you for the kind words!

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This is a reply I posted to another Little with a similar problem.  Its a slightly different route to get there, but the destination is the same.  

 

One the sayings I have to tell myself is "less thinking more doing".  Give your brain the night off and tap into your other senses.  Put on your jammies and feel how soft they are on your skin.  Put on some cartoons - not to watch but to hear the sounds.  Lay down with a stuffie and a box of crayons.  Open the box of crayons not to draw but to smell them.  Then put your stuffie in your favorite spot and close your eyes.  Then let your ears, your nose and your touches help you get back to your Little Space.  Its more about feeling than thinking.  When you get there enjoy the moment with your stuffie, watch cartoons or color.

 

 

 

Yeah, I'm getting that theme from others' replies too. This weekend, I'm going to try to just sit back and relax and see if that helps. Thank you for the help

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I think I have a solution!!  :D 

 

I have the same problem until I stumbled across this "ASMR" thing. Don't leave yet! This is different. It's not the whispering and the uncomfortable noises. It's like voice acting! His YouTube is CardlinAudio or you can just search "ddlg audio cardlin". 

 

If you like that, there's 3 hypnosis videos I know of that throw me into little space! It's not like "wooooo you will now feel littlllleeee". He makes you feel small and safe! His YouTube is Nimja (yes with an M!)

 

They both have reaaally nice voices and they're not cheesy or anything. Super easy to listen to! Both also have sleep aid for littles and bigs! I hope this helps!  :heart:  *glitter* 

 

Here are some SFW links for you~ 

 

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I think I have a solution!!  :D 

 

I have the same problem until I stumbled across this "ASMR" thing. Don't leave yet! This is different. It's not the whispering and the uncomfortable noises. It's like voice acting! His YouTube is CardlinAudio or you can just search "ddlg audio cardlin". 

 

If you like that, there's 3 hypnosis videos I know of that throw me into little space! It's not like "wooooo you will now feel littlllleeee". He makes you feel small and safe! His YouTube is Nimja (yes with an M!)

 

They both have reaaally nice voices and they're not cheesy or anything. Super easy to listen to! Both also have sleep aid for littles and bigs! I hope this helps!  :heart:  *glitter* 

 

Here are some SFW links for you~ 

 

 

It actually works! I listened to the first one for about 10 minutes and it really helped me into headspace. Thank you so much<3 ^-^

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I find that sometimes smells can really help me get into little space. This might seem kind of out there, but if you can find "childhood" smells, then it may help. This is a little hard to explain because it's different for everyone, but basically a smell that reminds you of your childhood or innocence in general. For example, a general "childhood" smell might be baby powder smell because, of course, most people would associate this smell with babies. One of my specific childhood smells is the smell of that tropical air freshener because my mom used to use it a lot when I was little. Just little smells like that to remind you of when you were small and get that nostalgia crank going. A visual equivalent of this might be watching reeeaaally old cartoons that you might have even forgotten existed for a while, something that when you see it, really just clicks on the nostalgia factor. Getting that going in your brain can help you remember childhood and maybe start, in turn, helping you feel little.

 

Of course, this is only something that works for me, and it may not be what works for you. I hope it was helpful anyway.

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