Here, senior editor Jonathan Borge defends his right to snuggle. For about four years, Kit and Bun have grown closer to me than certain relatives I groan at the sight of ever will. They cuddle with me in bed every night. And whenever I decide to take on the role of ventriloquist, these two indeed tend to, err, speak up around loved ones—with distinct catchphrases, precise inflection, and sometimes, a little bit of sass. What began as a joke quickly snowballed into two lifelong friendships. Kit, an adorable black-and white plush puppy with an innocent smile, was gifted to me as a sweet gesture from a boyfriend.
I'm a Grown Man Who Sleeps With Stuffed Animals—And That's Normal
Adult attachment to transitional objects and borderline personality disorder
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Why it’s still okay to have a cuddly toy – even as an adult
A third of adults cuddle up to teddies every night for emotional comfort — and research shows there are real health benefits. He tells me that about one in three of the people he has questioned still sleep with teddies, and that it is probably more common for women, as it is more socially acceptable for them to do so. Why are we hanging on to our cuddly toys?