Worry Eaters are a great plush toy that can help any child or even an adult with their fears, or even their secrets.
Worry Eaters are a creation from the Haywire Group. The line of Worry Eaters was launched to retail buyers in February at Toy Fair 2015 in New York City. Eight different characters in two different sizes were introduced in 2015 with retail prices of $22.99 for the large and $15.99 for the small one.
I did a review previously on the Worry Eater Wanda. I gave my niece that one and she loves it. She is the middle child and of course has the typical middle child syndrome. There are also some other family dynamics that make a plush friend like a Worry Eater a great thing for her.
I was excited to have the opportunity to review a new Worry Eater plush friend. This time I chose the small Polli and decided to keep it for myself.
I have social anxiety. There are some symptoms/characteristics that everyone that suffers from anxiety suffers from. There are also some symptoms/characteristics that are unique to each person.
Personally some of the unique symptoms I experience is that although I’m an adult woman in my 40s, I revert back to a child. I rock, cry, and love to curl up with a plush friend. I love that this one is super cute and no one will know what it’s used for. I can write down what is bothering me and zip it up away from anyone else.
Diary’s can be found by accident, for this reason I don’t like to keep one although it’s only myself and my husband in the house. My husband doesn’t touch my stuffed friends I currently have so I have no concern of him finding what I write and put inside my Worry Eater.
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