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    Default Moving in with roommate-Help!

    I've been living in my parents basement for the past few years, but soon, I'll be moving away. That's fine, but now I'll have a roommate. All the ABDL things I was able to do in the privacy of my own home I won't be able to do anymore. Most of me is looking forward to the experience, but the AB side is screaming. I have no idea how I am going to cope with being cut off from that side of me. Does anyone have any advice on how to deal with my dilemma?

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    So... you won't have your own bedroom that you can lock? Why would you have any less privacy with a roommate than you had in your parents' house?

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    To me it sounds like his roommate will literally share the same room.

    But yeah, this can suck. It might have to be suppressed for a while.

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    Yeah, I will have to share the same room. It'll suck big time, but maybe I'll find some ways around it. I don't know if I'll have one from the get go, but come spring, with the interns that are currently in college arriving, I most certainly will. Not only that, but these dorms are actually on site at the course, above the maintenance administrative offices.

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    You're going to have to get creative/inventive.

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    I'm just glad that I'll be able to fall back here in times of crisis. I've never had a place to turn before, and in addition to finding help, I'm really enjoying helping others. This is an important resource for ABDLs.

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    I'd suggest RPing with friends in order to get rid of the urges if you feel them. It's a big stress reliever, for both your little side and big side. Try buying a chest with a lock that only you can open (wear a key around your neck or something) and store all your *B stuff there. Then, when you're roommate's out and about, let your little side out. But be careful; make sure you have a change of clothes nearby if he comes home earlier than expected, toss out your dirty diapers as soon as possible (well, after enjoying them for a bit), and don't leave your stuff around the apartment unless you know for sure he won't be back for a while.

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    I like the locked chest idea. I'm shipping some chests out there anyway, I'll just keep the lock on one of them.

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    A lock on a chest generally arouses suspicion, people will start asking a lot of questions, so I advise you to not lock them in a chest. If you want to bring them to your room, A good hiding place for diapers may be under your mattress, in an old bag stowed under your bed, in a box used to bring your stuff under your bed. You may however find that in the short term your new life may enable you to compartmentalise your desires. When I started at uni my desires were almost non-existent for three months. I have had other students tell me that they were able to keep them away for a long while as well, and if you have a room mate I assume you are starting college so meeting new people will likely help your forget a least for a while. I personally do not recommend bringing diaper/AB stuff to your new home, as the stress of hiding it may outweigh the benefits. anyway I wish you the very best of luck in your endevour

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