Adult comfort

Duration: 7min 43sec Views: 1740 Submitted: 13.08.2020
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We asked them to tell us how their object makes them feel and what kind of comfort it provides. As a heads up, some of these submissions mention suicidal feelings, self-harm, and mental illness. By the time I was 10, I was dealing with constant anxiety, and by 11, I had my first panic attack. Now as an adult, I deal with generalized anxiety disorder GAD and depression. One of the things that has helped calm me down since I was little was a blanket.

How These 22 People Feel About Their Comfort Objects Will Break Your Heart A Little Bit

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Adults need comforting too. This was the overwhelming message from the readers who commented on a personal essay published in The New York Times Magazine on Tuesday by an adult who plays with, travels with and shares a pillow with stuffed animals. Over one hundred people commented on our story, including many who said they also keep stuffed animals in their lives. Those who had experienced serious illness and trauma said their stuffed animals helped them cope in the hospital or after the deaths of loved ones.

Even Grown-Ups Need Security Blankets

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