Hugging a pillow or stuffed animal during childhood development through adulthood; does it potentially show the individuals personality or trait that might affect their livelihood day-to-day basis?
Childhood development, most children grow out of the phase of having a caregiver or security substituted by a blanket, pillow, or stuffed animal. To my knowledge and observation, I’ve noticed this among teenagers, adolescences, and adults. Particularly, I’ve noticed this among girls and adult women. My concern is their personality and their surrounding might have nurtured such behavior or dependency for security since childhood. In addition, they either have stuffed animals or lots of pillows covers of animal figure. And, the individual seems child-like or soft in personality. Meaning their susceptible of being taken advantage or nurture unhealthy habits for living. Also, I’ve noticed from these individuals, the traits of anxiety and stress management issues.
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