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  1. Try exercising. I've had a few episodes of severe depression and a decent amount of exercise never hurt me. Start small by attempting a mile run every day (run for approximately fifteen minutes a day and you've reached that goal). Try to improve after that, set goals. Try to keep yourself busy and the depression won't hurt as much.
  2. Honestly, friendships come and go. Try meeting more people and you'll feel better over time.
  3. Very seldom. Think my last time was years ago. I'm still rationally conflicted over being an AB, so I mostly try to focus on my own issues rather than my fantasies.
  4. It doesn't ultimately matter that they know, just find some common ground that you can connect to other people, but if you can't then make a clean start and move away from your environment. It sucks not having respect, but if you don't respect yourself then what do you have? Suicide is never the answer, assess whether you can live in your current environment or relocate.
  5. It doesn't matter. What truly matters is that you love yourself and follow your passions. Not everyone in a relationship is happy and not everyone who is single despairs over it.
  6. She just did it for shock value.
  7. The first time I put on a diaper of my own accord I was six. I was caught by my mother, who made me take it off, but since then diapers just call to me. I resisted my urge to wear until I was an adult and could make my own decisions.
  8. I want to go back to school, but that probably won't happen this year since when I get my CNA license I have to do that job full-time for a year. Otherwise I hope to prepare for it by programming in as many languages as I can before my contract ends and I can start school. So my resolution will probably be to spend lots of time programming on a daily basis.
  9. I would like to further add that you may also be able to regress with others online via chat/threads. Just be aware that if you spend too much time trying to reach this state of mind it could put a strain on your relationship. I haven't had that particular experience per se, but I have spent hours at a time trying to regress, which time I felt probably could have been spent better.
  10. You can try hypnosis/guided meditation videos on youtube. The idea behind hypnosis is to enter a state of deep relaxation, which could help. I believe it's only worked for me once though.
  11. Don't misunderstand, I was just throwing out the suggestion that you end subscriptions and services that you don't absolutely need until you get this resolved (we take our trash to the dump for crying out loud). Netflix and Amazon Prime can cost anywhere from 20 to 30 a month, so that's something I've personally had to quit, but if you feel like you don't have any subscriptions or services you can cut back on then don't mind me.
  12. There's also those of us who get overlooked entirely. Regardless, I too try to keep mine updated.
  13. It's hard for me too, but if you try to put yourself out there you'll meet new people. A few key things to remember are that not everyone will like you, you can't make everyone happy, and a friendship takes both people to make it work (so if you find yourself balancing deeds and favors then it's probably time to move on). I've betrayed, I've been betrayed, but I always try to learn what worked and what didn't work (mind you I don't go out of my way to double-cross others, I just acknowledge sometimes it's not possible for me to make others happy, which can make others feel betrayed). Consider how others interact with you and how you encourage the interaction. When I'm at work, I present myself to be outgoing and friendly, which in turn helps my customers to trust me and want to work with me, if I presented myself as a sour person who passes judgement on others I wouldn't get very far with my objectives, since your objective is to make friends you have to ask yourself what other people are looking for in friendships. The things people look for in others varies, but a few attributes I can list off the top of my head are charisma, looks, smarts, and wealth/resources. Figure out what you have going for you and use it to your advantage. I hope my advice was helpful. Best of luck and may you meet others who treasure your company.
  14. Everyone blows a fuse every now and then, just know how to come back from it and people tend to understand.