Friends Inside & Out

Teddy bears Pictures, Images and PhotosHow about you get together with a friend – either from the inside or from the people around you and have some fun time … or cuddly time?

I found these two Teddies and thought, how much fun must it be to snuggle up with a cute blanket.

How about you come up with some ideas and tell me about them? I'd love to hear what people are up to!

12 thoughts on “Friends Inside & Out

  1. shyme says:

    i find this is on here today this is good of some of us today we can not go out every thing is just mess and it look bad do not like people looking and so then need to hid we have blanket and stuffys as well it like ev ery body out side is really hard and it just to hard to be seeing any one becuase that they can see

  2. Gudrun Frerichs, PhD says:

    I can understand that – hugs can be very uncomfortable and sometimes even scary. I hope you have other ways how people you trust and care about can show you that you are not alone! 🙂

  3. Secret Shadows says:

    My younger alters love this post of yours. They like hugs and snuggles. Growing up those were too few. (Approriate, “no strings attached” hugs, that is)
    Secret Shadows

  4. K of IvoryInanity says:

    I was actually talking to our therapist this morning about hugs!
    I’m a big fan of hugs. For a long time I’ve had this ‘5 hug theory’. It’s very similar to that saying “An apple a day keeps the doctor away”. See, I’ve said for a long time that “5 hugs a day keeps the shrink away”. It works just about as well… I mean, an apple a day isn’t actually going to stop you from ever needing to see a doctor. But it will have positive effects on your general health. And in the same vein, I think that 5 safe, wanted hugs a day work absolute wonders for your mood and mental health.
    So yeah. I like hugs. There’s just so much you can both give and receive from a simple hug – love, compassion, care, protection, safety…

  5. Gudrun Frerichs says:

    Hi Carole, I hope you have a therapist who helps you to ground yourself so that you start dissociating less. In the meantime: here comes the hug …
    Take care

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s