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    • I think this was incredibly well written -- the whole thing took a lot of thought.  And I, for one, appreciate it to no end. Thank you! I've only quoted the last paragraph since it speaks directly to what some are trying to do here. To be redundant, if you are truly incontinent, you cannot control you bladder. If you are truly incontinent, you cannot decide not to be incontinent "just this once" because it might be inconvenient or because you might leak. Hence, if you are serious about this, you will behave the same as one who already is incontinent. And will deal with the same results including leaks and inconvenient changes. And incontinent person simply has no choice. So a "trainee" must mirror those conditions. Hence, proper preparation, especially when not at home is essential. In other words, I don't think incontinence is something you can turn off and on. While there are different types, and some have less control than others, you are either incontinent or you are kidding yourself. This takes time, and there are milestones that will be achieved. That said, the desire to speed the process up safely is strong. And perhaps there are some additional safe behaviors that will accelerate one's achieving daytime incontinence or bedwetting. It's doesn't hurt to look. In the meantime, keep yourself well stocked with disposables. Or cloth if you're into that in the evening at home and at nighttime as this writer is. Peace, Bob
    • "I know but she won't be happy if she finds out if any of us have been wearing them"  Logan says
    • Looks at you "I hear them rustling under your skirt honey. Don't worry. I have seen you in diapers before.  I have changed a number of your diapers too"
    • She starts wiping you. "I guess you'll be back in plastic pants for a while."
    • "It's 4:50 now, so I think you'll have time for a nap before dinner." She tapes up the diaper. "Now for a fresh pair of plastic pants. that last pair will need to be washed after the abuse you put it through." She laughs.