I was just stopping by this corner of the internet to see if anyone had any firsthand experience with just quitting to wear diapers. Allow me to explain why I would ask....
I'm pretty sure that I'm more DL than AB, although some of the why I like to use them is about control, or lack of it. I had got to the point of just accepting it, and allowing myself to really just think that it's just "how I am wired." The kind of huge problem with me thinking that, is that, well.... my wife doesn't have the same view. (that's a pretty big understatement, the habit would probably be described as intolerable by her) Because our marriage is very important to us, and we are both committed to it, I'm trying to modify out my diaper wearing behavior.
I already had felt that I was the only one that liked to wear diapers, in spite of evidence to the contrary, but now that I'm trying to quit, I do have the feeling that wanting to quit, and not feel the way I do, puts me into a very small minority.
So far I have been to a Christian counselor, (I found that condemnation is not very helpful, when you go one asking for help to modify a behavior, but ranting about "judgy" Christians probably needs to be done on a different forum. )
Also, trying to just stop I'm pretty sure leads to drink quit a bit more, and go distance running to distract myself. I not sure the amount I do either is all that healthy. Also, I have a way worse opinion or myself than 60 days ago, so it's hard to look at what I have got so far as progress. I kind of wonder if alot of my struggles are a subconsciousness ploy to get my wife to accept the habit, I'd like to pretend that it would not happen that way, but I'm super puzzled to be this broken up about something that I would only do 2-8 times a month. Unless wearing diapers is way more important to my than even I had thought that it would be.
So, anyway, it's strange for me to type all that, even behind the anonymity of the internet. But I really feel like I'm just grasping at straws, trying to find out how to quit, and wanting to talk to someone that is not just going to look at me like I'm nuts.