This may be long.
Don't know why I feel the need to post this, but...
I was never really on the 'bandwagon' for wanting to be incontinent, and except for the first few weeks after finding ADISC, I've not been 'participating' with wetting, and I've never purposely been out diapered in public, in fact, I still sometimes don't buy diapers, for irrational fears.
Keeping that in mind -
I wet the bed the other night, I think it was a combination of stresses over the last few weeks- and trust me, it's been stressful- and I don't want a response from someone saying
Good job! Wish I could wet the bed
Because that's not what this is about, it's about how we, and how I, handle stress.
Now, don't worry, the wetting was a once off, and didn't stain my mattress, and I am much less stressed now
Most AB's will say they handle stress by regressing, but in real life, I can't imagine anyone stone hearted, and then going to the bathroom and sucking their thumb, as apposed to dealing with stress in a more natural (read, common) way.
I was shocked when I wet and consulted with my physician, who diagnosed breathing exercises, unless, he said, this happens again, it didn't.
I want to know how everyone here handles stress out there in the big bad world, without the comfort of your diapers, (please don't comment saying that you are incon' or 24/7, because that's not what I meant by the rhetoric), and when things are tough.