And what if you continue to have imaginary friends as an adult? The vast majority of the research on imaginary friends looks at young children.
I've confirmed that yes, indeed adults have imaginary friends and I've also said that it may or may not be okay to have imaginary friends as an adult, as seen in.
I suppose they're like a kid's imaginary friends. If I'm Calvin, they're Hobbs, which is weird in an adult. Since I've never met them, maybe I'm not.
Imaginary friends are a psychological and social phenomenon where a friendship or other As Eileen Kennedy-Moore points out, "Adult fiction writers often talk about their characters taking on a life of their own, which may be an analogous.
I've heard of people having no personal friends, so it's great that you have Being able to immerse yourself in creative, imaginary worlds is an.