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Dave, a former piano teacher from outside Little Rock, Ark. And he has fathered 65, of them. He cuddles them and coddles them, but insists the relationship is purely platonic. Each night, he tucks one under his shirt and sleeps with the chosen balloon. They are a part of who I am Loving balloons seems harmless enough, but Dr. Rebecca Beaton, director and founder of the Stress Management Institutesaid attachment to objects can be considered a mental illness if it interferes with daily life or causes great stress.

Humanizing objects is not that uncommon, she said.

Baloon fetishes

Of course he was a castaway on a desert island. Men also have close attachments to blow-up dolls. And just like balloons, these objects "from a kinesthetic perspective are like a human body — kind of baloon fetishes and have some characteristics like a person. Dave may insist that he isn't sexually attracted to his balloons, but there are many who are, according to d sex therapist Kimberly Resnick Andersonwho is director of Sexual Health at Summa Health System in Akron, Ohio.

These attractions are defined paraphilias by the psychiatric Diagnostics and Standards Manual DSM5 as "intense sexually arousing fantasies, sexual urges or behaviors generally involving nonhuman objects.

Baloon fetishes

Anderson consulted in a similar series from TLC, "Strange Sex," which featured Christopher, a man who pops balloons for sexual pleasure. Christopher's fetish was so intense, he moved from Rutland, Vt. One of her patients fell in love with an inflatable duckie he found on the beach as. By the time he reached puberty it became sexual. As for Christopher, he demonstrates his erotic love of balloons. As it gets bigger, I get a little anxious and a little nervous, you know, then really excited.

With a loud bang, he exclaims in the TLC episode, "I guess pretty much all balloons deserve to die. His favorite trick is "necking" the balloon. When it gets to 14 or 15 inches in length, Christopher holds the balloon and stretches out the neck. And that, says psychologist Beaton, is exactly the point. Attractions to objects like balloons are often just "coping mechanisms. LOG IN. We'll notify you here with news about. Turn on desktop notifications for breaking stories about interest?

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