Diaperd 4 Life

Spinal cord injury several years ago.  No other way .

dprgrrl399 dprgrrl399
31-35, F
4 Responses Apr 2, 2010

I hear you I have nerve damage in my neck and as a resoult of this I can't hold my pee it just comes out but this is miner compared to the electric shock feelings I get or the sevear pain o and let's not forget my hands and legs not responding from time to time so I simpothize with you and wen you look at all the other things hapining because of an acident having to wear diapers for loss of control Isent a big deal at least not in my opinion

I agree with ABDreamz. I too have been married for almost 30 years so my intentions are honorable as well. Please expand on your situation. You're among friends. No one is going to ridicule you. We as either AB, DL or both will support you. I've read so many accounts of people in your situation that have come to not only accept diapers, but have grown fond of them to one degree or another.

<p>Dprgrrl,<br />
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You don't sound very happy about your situation... <br />
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"Enjoying" this condition is a total fabrication, unless it is a fetish to you."<br />
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I'm just curious about how you're dealing with it. Apparently, it was thrust upon you because of a spinal injury. Care to give any details of that incident? How did you cope when you first found out? How have you been managing since? Do your friends know? Are they ok with it? etc.<br />
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I can understand your position (being upset), ba<x>sed on your incontinence being the result of an accident, but I guess I'm just wondering if you have/will ever come to terms with the condition? <br />
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And, of course you've probably guessed, I'm not incontinent; I'm in it for emotional, comfort and sexual reasons. My guess is that that being said, we're (fetishists) probably one of the only other groups of people on the planet that you could carry on a decent conversation with that aren't going to find your problem as a negative. Of course, you can go into an incontinence forum and also get understanding, but I'm guessing you've already done that, too.<br />
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Anyway, just consider me curious. I'm married 20+ years, so I'm not hitting on you. I am of the opinion that had I not gotten married so many years ago, prior to the full blown understanding of how many other people out there wear diapers for lifetime incontinence, I might have found myself searching for someone ba<x>sed on their incontinence, knowing that diapers around the house would just be an accepted thing. In my home, it's still an oddity that needs to be hidden and protected (though we did just take care of my invalid incontinent parent, so there's plenty of extra diapers in the closet right now "just sitting" [I have my own stash elsewhere]). But, I do love my wife, and I'm not sorry I married her. I just wish she had a sort of "total understanding" or the needs of a diaper fetishist so that our life could settle down for the remainder of our time together. We're often at odds, sometimes over diaper stuff, and sometimes of other matters (financial, jobs, etc).<br />
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So, if you find the time, and are ok with commenting on the nature of your disability, then feel free to let us know how we can help you to feel more at ease with your condition. There are plenty of decent mindful diaper lovers out there, if you can get past the throngs of crazies...<br />
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ABDreamz</p>

I have a disability too. I'd like to talk with you