(I saw this in the suggestion thread and though it would be awesome, forgive me if it has already been posted) We all know there are people out there who obsess over their dolls, keeping them hidden away for protection from the sun or from the infamous grabby-hands and other possible dangers. And on the opposite end, there are people who treat their dolls like every other toy. They let children play with them, they leave them lying around, or standing up in dangerous places. When does it become dollie abuse? My question for you is... do you believe that some people MISTREAT or ABUSE** or just have a serious lack of respect for their dolls? Should people carry more respect for something that a lot of time, effort and money was put into? If the answer is yes, what is mistreating? Something as simple as leaving them on the edge of a table, taking them out in the sun or something more severe such as carrying them around by arms and legs, or leaving them abandoned on the floor? **Please do no focus on the word "abuse". There is a difference between abusing a person physically and a doll. I simply meant abuse to mean "treating a doll with little to no care", not to the extreme of physical abuse of a person. Sorry for the misunderstanding.