Bit different, I started a day a non-user and as a result of a car crash lost over 80% of the bladder.
While recovering in Hospital, I was assigned a therapist, seems there is great fear of patients develop depression and ending their life, etc, etc, etc..
My therapist spent great time attempting to convince me that this would not have life changing effects that was about the time that he lost me. As I was surround by other individuals that had survived car crashes that had lost major segments of arms, legs, head and body injuries and I was the guy with a catheter and a very specific, but small wound. As he left, I looked around at those others in that ward and consider that my greatest concern was what, I would have to wear a diaper?
Months later, we elected to part ways. Years later, I believe that what I gained from the sessions was being able to, if you will, relive the crash and why I was effected the way I was. Oh, and having a European auto likely saved my life, or at the very least, limit my injury.
Over the years, I was required to have sessions with assigned therapists and found as the years went by, there was an ever greater divide between those really interested in helping and those that were looking to develop life-long dependence on their services.
Find comfort in your life and find your joy as the true reality is: Life is Way To Short!
If you are working with someone, assure they are providing you methods of adjusting and finding comfort in yourself. If they are not working on providing you, your road map back to Sunny Days and Happiness. Find yourself another therapist.