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LoveZoe

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  1. Incontinent
Hi,
My name is Zoe and I have dual incontinence and a visual impairment. I am coming to terms with being in diapers. I have always felt ashamed of being incontinent and want to get to a place where I accept and maybe even like my diapers. Iam so happy to have found this form. Nice to meet everyone
 

Andrewgdfw

Est. Contributor
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377
Role
  1. Diaper Lover
  2. Incontinent
Hi,
My name is Zoe and I have dual incontinence and a visual impairment. I am coming to terms with being in diapers. I have always felt ashamed of being incontinent and want to get to a place where I accept and maybe even like my diapers. Iam so happy to have found this form. Nice to meet everyone
Howdy, Zoe!

Welcome to our little corner of the world. 'Coming to terms' with incontinence and is a very individualized process and it may continues to 'evolve' over the years. Some of us will confirm that.

Oddly, the body sometimes compensates for this condition. By this I mean that kink and fetish can and do enter the process to help us accept diaper use - even 'like' diaper use. Shame and stigma are very common feelings among us. That doesn't need to last forever, though. Reading the comments of many here will point this out to you. The negatives can and do turn to positives. Seek to enhance those positives, please! In time, I think you'll see what I (and others) mean. Cheers!
 

Dinotopian2002

Breathe Deep, Seek Peace
Est. Contributor
Messages
229
Role
  1. Diaper Lover
  2. Incontinent
Hi there @LoveZoe, good to meet you!

If you’re looking for a community that can help you feel more comfortable about wearing your diapers, then you’ve come to the right place!

I went into diapers as a teenager due to nerve damage from a chronic illness. It was really rough at first, but I’m now much more comfortable about it - my DL side developed as a coping mechanism to help me feel better about it - and it worked!

Even if it doesn’t affect your bladder or bowels directly, disability can cause functional incontinence, as it throws up more access barriers for you. So wearing diapers for this reason is just as valid.

Here’s hoping you can reach a place where you feel comfortable in your padding.

Breathe Deep, Seek Peace
Dinotopian2002
 

oreobaby89

Est. Contributor
Messages
181
Role
  1. Adult Baby
  2. Diaper Lover
  3. Little
Welcome you have defiantly found a place that will help you feel comfortable about wearing a diaper and maybe even enjoy it!
 

PNW509Little

Finding myself all over again
Est. Contributor
Messages
99
Age
41
Role
  1. Adult Baby
  2. Diaper Lover
  3. Little
Glad you are here! This is definitely a group where you can feel free to be yourself and leave the embarrassment at the door! Welcome.
 
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