The other night, I was feeling like I needed to re-connect with my DL side, as I haven't worn in a couple months. I put on a nappy a few hours before bed, and it was damp by the time I went to bed. I popped my paci in my mouth and put my headphones in my ears, playing a hypnosis file I found on WMM that I had previously tried with no results. Fell asleep very calm and contended.
Woke up the next morning and I swear it was damper than when I fell asleep (I haven't wet the bed since age 10, I'm 19). Can't say for sure but... I know I didn't wake up during the night.
When I got up yesterday morning, all of a sudden I had an urge to go and before I knew it, my nappy was filling with pee. Unusual, but a nice way to wake up. That filled the nappy to capacity, so I decided to have a shower and change into a fresh nappy.
Throughout the course of the day yesterday, it seemed that every time I stood up, I would leak a little into my nappy, usually without any warning. A couple times I know I started wetting without warning or any sensation from my body; I only knew because my nappy grew damp!
So I wore a nappy again to sleep last night (without the headphones this time), and again woke up damper than I remember. Upon getting out of bed, my bladder totally emptied itself before I could stop it.
I'm not sure if this is awesome or scary...! I've loved the comfort, warmth, and security of my M3's and Super Plus' over the past two days, but I'm a little worried about ongoing control. Apart from a toilet stop to go the other way, I haven't used the toilet in some 50+ hours.
For reference, the Warp My Mind file is part 1 in Sarnoga's diaper dependence series, which I think is just a "getting used to peeing in nappies" without incontinence (yet).
I know hypnosis doesn't work for most people. I know that most tracks are pretty crap. But it's all I can connect to the fact that I've had little say in when I have peed yesterday and today. I can't say I mind; I would love to wear more often and be more secure in nappies, but I don't want to actually be incontinent.
What are your thoughts, ADISC?