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It took me a while to master it, but with time it becomes easy. i started by sitting on the toilet with my diaper on and wetting. i did this a number of times on many different occations and perseverance does pays off. it is a mental thing and it takes time to train the body and mind but once again perseverance pays off. try not holding on too much to your pee, as soon as you feel the urge, just relax and let it flow. having a too full blader will do more damage to your training of the mind than good. you also have to be confident in the diaper your wearing. it wont happen over night but it will become easyier in time. i have acheved total relaxation with letting my bladder release when ever i feel the urge through wearing regularly and being comfortable with what im doing. i cant stress enough that confidence and comfort are key to acheving your goal. i do wear alot and now when im not wearing i go little and often. hopefully it wont be long before i have to wear for need rather than fun, lol. hope this has been some help.
Second, never just tell the person flat out that you enjoy and love wearing diapers. Don’t put it like that. Whether you you need diapers or enjoy them – the conversation should start out in the context of being for a medical issue. So, basically if you don’t need them then you will be telling a minor fib or slight exaggeration. This may come across as morally wrong to a few people and I understand that but it is also morally wrong for others to judge you. Anyways, just say something along the lines of “I have a minor medical issue that requires me to wear a diaper at certain points of the day for added protection and it provides a sense of security for me”…obviously this statement needs to be tailored and “flowered” up to the person you are talking to but that is a good base to use. Don’t come across like some obsessive and crazy person that just loves diapers with no reason other than it feels good because 9 out of 10 times the person will associate it immediately in negative light. You want to provide the justification and reasons up front so that they do not assume and make their own conclusions. You start out slow with the person and ease them into the explanation. Don’t say “I love diapers because they make me feel good” – that will probably not get you too far in many cases. Come off as nervous but confident and make sure that you tell the person that you trust them and think a lot of them to share something like this with them. It makes that person feel responsible and almost at first proud that someone can trust them…it puts the ball in their court rather than yours.
Learning to wet a diaper is more mental than it is physical. It doesn't matter if you are standing, sitting, lying down, or eating pasta. You have to have confidence. Every step you take to get yourself to that point has to be your own. Learning to relax and let it go has a reward all its own. Don't worry about it! Just relax and let it go.