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AshleyGSC
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Hiya, I'm fairly new at this and I need help. I come from a family that would never understand my desire to be a little...I need some help on how to keep this secret from my family. I'm really bad at lying and I don't like to but I feel with this I have too. If someone could give some tips that would be helpful. Thank ya bunches! Kisses :wub:

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Well, what are things that would make you nervous, like what kind of conversations would you be having? I mean, I have binkis, teething rings, coloring books, and colors. I still have a ton of stuffies, but ai don't hide those because my family just think they're something I collect, they have no idea what the stuffies mean to me. As far as hiding things you could get a lock box, but I don't think that's what you're talking about. So, well, what exactly are you trying to hide?
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If you mean hiding your little side,it shouldn't be too much of a problem.

 

My mum knows I've got a sense of childlike wonder even as an adult and just accepts it as part of my personnality, no more, no less.

Your parents probably think the same too.

 

If you have a bit if a slip up, I don't think they would notice it or think too much of it. ^^

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It really depends on what you mean by hiding. Is it the accessories or is it how you act in littlespace etc? There are a few ways that you can keep these from prying eyes. 

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My littlespace is what I mean lol sorry I wasn't clear...My little side is a lot different than my "normal" side

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You can colour say in your own room, putting your colouring book away when you're done, skipping around in your room shouldn't be a problem and I did skip along the corridors when I worked without any major issues (and that was in client facing space). Pouting is the only thing that may be a problem if you're in shared space with family, like a front room. Having plushies in your room on a shelf or on the bed isn't that big of deal to be honest either.

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