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I Need To Accept That I Will Always Be A Bedwetter

Personal Stories, Advice, and Support 100 People

    Accepting, The First Step

    I'm not yet a unconscious bedwetter but I pan to be> I'm currently training to become fully incontinent both bladder and bowels and accepting that I will always be a bedwetter is a mental first step to loose that long ingrained toilet training. Wish me luck.
    poo4fun poo4fun
    51-55, M
    2 Responses Feb 12, 2012

    A Recipe For Life

    I am a bedwetter - just one of millions throughout the multiverse! This morning I read a piece of philosophy that helps me in my need to accept myself as I am, not just as I dream to be.That helps stop my bedwetting sticking out like a sore thumb in my life and become integrated...
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    1 Response Nov 24, 2010

    Nothing In This World Can Repair

    nothing in this world can repair the damage done to my down by so called friendly fire nothing is going to bring back the others on that aircraft back alive
    rickibrat2 rickibrat2
    61-65, M
    Oct 13, 2011

    Its A Fact

    i am 49 and just have to accept i will always bed a bedwetter it suck a lot becouse i can not take a girl to my bed becouse of the shame i would feel if i wet well she was in it
    bedwetterr bedwetterr
    46-50, M
    3 Responses Sep 10, 2010

    Accepting I Was Always Going To Wet The Bed Was The Best Thing For Me

    After many years of both wetting on purpose and some genuine sleep wetting following on from my chronic childhood bedwetting I finally accepted I was meant to be a bedwetter and allowed my self to regress and now wet in my sleep most nights. Accepting I am a bedwetter was the...
    Stillwetshisbed Stillwetshisbed
    51-55, M
    Sep 29, 2010

    I Accepted It

    I accepted that I would always pee my bed around the time I graduated from high school and I was still wetting most nights.  I still hated it, but I gloomily accepted my fate.  Now in my 40s, I actually embrace my bedwetting. I still don't want people to KNOW I am a...
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    1 Response Jun 27, 2010
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