An Epiphany And A Problem
Posted 15 July 2012 - 08:14 PM
So I was sitting on my couch trying to pee myself when I realised something.........I don't know how to pee! This sounds really dumb but here me out. I know how to push til my body lets go, and I know how to relax when my body is ready for me to pee, but I don't know how to relax those muscles and just let go. Even when I pee while standing as soon as I try to walk I stop peeing because I can't keep tensing whatever muscle I am using to pee. I'm tensing not relaxing.
Is it just me? Can anyone give me advice on this?
Posted 15 July 2012 - 09:27 PM
And please let us know what he says!
Posted 16 July 2012 - 09:14 AM
My wife is the same way. She's been teased about being 'anal retentive' for years, but she really IS, for both #1 and #2. Even when she has to pee REALLY BAD she has to push just to get things started. Sometimes she'll just forget she needs to go, or not notice until it's painful.
With anal, you can easily use a toy to teach yourself not to 'clench' on the toy, and therefore learn how to relax specifically that muscle. It's a little harder with the bladder, as you can imagine. The only suggestion I have is actually a kegel exercise, but it should help you figure out what you need. Once the flow is started, STOP it, then release again, until you can intentionally release on demand. The other thing that comes to mind is that the same general muscle area is, if you're a guy, the same part you clench to make an erection 'harder'. You should be able to figure out how to 'feel' your pelvic floor easily enough.
Posted 25 July 2012 - 08:46 PM
Posted 13 October 2012 - 06:33 AM
basicly all i do now is ask myself, what now? as it what am i doing next? going to the kitchen to get food or getting on the computer to look up __ or getting dressed and going out somewhere or need to go grab my phone and call __ for reason __ etc etc it can be anything, just the simple act of imagining that there is something i need to go do and pausing to think about doing it raises the urge to pee, and then i can let go.
i always had shy bladder so i actualy learned this trick in order to get myself to let go in the restroom and now i use it to let go in my diapers been diapered 247 for 3 years or so now, still have full control but with this trick im now able to wet pretty easy i just have to take the time to pause and puruse those sort of thoughts and the flow begins
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