Monday, August 16, 2010
The question I have is this some kind of cultural phenomenon? Are there really that many adults out there who were unable to lose the bear as they grew up? Common thought is that it's children grow out of their stuffy faze over time. As they become more confident they being loose the need to for an item to hold while sleeping. For myself this is how it worked. I was incredibly attached to my Bear and Blanket, but overtime I just stopped. Or did I? I think most adults end of attaching to something else. They don't really drop the Teddy they merely redirected those feeling towards something less childish. For myself I have a favorite pillow, and pillow cases.
What say you?
Source: The Daily Mail
Posted by Critic at 7:38 PM
A Third of (British) Adults still sleep with their Teddy Bears.