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Hello everyone,

 

Ive been pondering if i should post about this but this actually seems like a good place to reach out for support. Ive been a little about a yr or so, its been a very long process of learning. I think im finally gaining ground on my knowledge and understanding. Along the way ive tried hard to have my husband learn with me, but i can see he doesn’t understand. At all. I have found some little friends to communicate too and ppl to tlk to but i still struggle with little space im always on guard in case he comes around i feel embarrassed.

 

Does anyone else out there living this as i am?

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Honestly if you're married, this person is the person you've chosen to be with and trust completely right? Sometimes you have to be vulnerable with these things.

 

I'm not sure if you've tried having a genuine conversation about it, but if you pointed out your interest in the field, and don't expect him to do a complete 180 in personality. Maybe you could both build upon exploring it slowly.

 

I wish you the best, I know it's not a lot to go on but I'm not entirely sure on your situation.

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Honestly if you're married, this person is the person you've chosen to be with and trust completely right? Sometimes you have to be vulnerable with these things.

I'm not sure if you've tried having a genuine conversation about it, but if you pointed out your interest in the field, and don't expect him to do a complete 180 in personality. Maybe you could both build upon exploring it slowly.

I wish you the best, I know it's not a lot to go on but I'm not entirely sure on your situation.

 

Thnk u! I do appreciate ur input, i have tried to have convos with him, and he doesnt think its healthy. Im hoping in time he will change is mind.

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It can happen that people change their mind from thinking DDlg is unhealthy to liking it but that is honestly the rare exception. Normally people might go from disliking it to tolerating it but not being involved. Hopefully things work out for you but I also encourage you to set realistic expectations about what may or may not happen.
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I don't know if you have yet but you may wish to share some research with him about the benefits of regression. Age regression and DD/lg aren't the same, but sometimes overlap. It may be enough to convince him that this may be a good thing for you. Show him why it's harmless, and if he has any assumptions or hang-ups you can explain those away. A lot of people immediately assume bad things about DD/lg and need to be educated before they get a little more comfortable with the idea.

 

There is the chance this will never be his thing. He may choose to tolerate it, but if he really hates it you cannot and should not force it on him and will probably have to continue hiding it from him. At that point you'll have to figure out what is right for you as some don't handle hiding it well, and others cope with it okay. It may be enough for you to keep littlespace as a solo thing and online thing, but if you need more than that you'll need to figure that out in your relationship.

 

I wish you the best of luck and I do hope he comes around to being okay with it.

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Guest Sweetielynn

I'm in a similar situation. My husband gets me stuffies and has even bought me coloring books but he really isn't a daddy type. I use littlespace to relax and deal with anxiety and stress on my own.

It does make it tough because I'll go through phases where I stop bothering with littlespace because of life getting crazy but also sometimes feeling weird about it. I don't know. I've tried to except things as they are because he's just not open to anything more.

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