Adult diapers to many are a sign of weakness. To me, they are a sign of strength and confidence. If you are reading this and have never tried wearing adult diapers than I want to tell you how they can change your life, for the better.

Many people who know me in real life know that I wear diapers and some people in the past have looked at me in pity almost for it. Like its a weakness or a burden. This is not the case at all. In fact I feel it has made me a stronger and more confident woman inside. That is the first thing I want to address before I even talk about the physical nature of wearing adult diapers. Being different in anyway, in this case wearing diapers, can make you a stronger person because it is outside the generally accepted “norm”. Thus, you have to embrace something different about yourself and “go against the grain” essentially. This builds character and confidence. For many people, including myself it is a process. I didn’t just have tons of confidence like I do now when it comes to incontinence and wearing diapers. It took many years to get where I am today. But, I don’t regret one minute of the hard times. In middle school, when the school nurse had to help me change my diapers and several students became aware of this and thought it was just hilarious…sure it was not easy at the time but I adapted and became a better person for it. In high school, I will be honest, despite wearing diapers I was actually considered one of the more “popular girls” I guess you could say in the school looking back despite the diaper thing. In the beginning, it had its moments but my confidence rose and when people found out it wasn’t a huge thing to me and was for medical reasons – it was essentially overlooked. I was even a cheerleader for a short stint until I injured my knee getting tossed and then dropped in the air. Bloomers work great for covering diapers for those girls out there by the way which is what I did when I was a cheerleader.

Adult diapers will change your life because it will make you appreciate differences. You will look at things from a new perspective. If you step out of your comfort box and essentially try something new – it will change your outlook on life. It will change how you see others and their “quirks”. It will make you more accepting and tolerant of others. I notice this a lot when it comes to people being different. I don’t judge anyone…as long as they are not harming others. Who am I to judge what you like or do?

The physical aspect of wearing diapers will also change your life. The comfort and security of adult diapers will have you more relaxed. I honestly think it personally lowers my heart rate and blood pressure because I am in a clearer mind and more relaxed state. Maybe it is like the same idea when you put one of those “ThunderShirts” on your pet that is suppose to calm you down? Have you seen those? Supposedly they work.

Anyways, adult diapers for many people are seen as a weakness, a crutch. But, for me they are my strength and something that instills confidence in me and I truly believe if you have not tried adult diapers then you are missing out on not only a physically amazing experience but also a emotional and mental experience that can completely change your life for the better.

By |2017-07-17T21:42:03+00:00March 25th, 2016|Diapers in Public|37 Comments


  1. Bryan March 25, 2016 at 3:29 pm - Reply

    Awesome Adrian, Very well said. I could not see living my life now without diapers. And I have let people know even at work that I wear diapers. At first it was awkward, but in short time, my co-works are back to respecting me and we get along just fine. There is one older guy that I even occasionally tell him about new diapers I found etc.

    • keeth85 March 31, 2016 at 12:24 am - Reply

      That is great bryan I have not been brave enough to make the move of tellin my friends yet but I will . I’m trying to go 24/7 when that happens then I must tell .but for now I will enjoy every moment of being diapered and this site is awesome good job Adrian and people keep posting comments they are good reads

    • Kwan Ming July 14, 2016 at 9:41 am - Reply

      How to accept who you are

      As you know now since 2010 I been in and out of diapers due to a intimitant problem with my bladder.

      Taking the first step towards accepting who you are is not always easy as specially when you have been diagnosed with a weak bladder, Saddly too many people suffer in silence due to the specter of potential embarrassment or becoming ridiculed for having to suddenly deal with incontinence problems.

      Yes having to wear diapers again has changed my life sometimes for the better but often times for the worst the thing is I have to hide the fact I wear diapers because I live with relatives who are less understanding, and yes being in diapers is a good thing at night as per my earlier story.

      But imagine how hard it is when all you get is negitive stigmas and ill looks from those around you in society or at home that’s why I signed up for the campaign against stigma by Mind a national charitable organization that helps people with so-called mental breakdowns or problems.

      I also signed up to another cause mentioned in my earlier posts, having to wear protection in the form of diapers is a double edged sowed not least because of the consciences but also because of the arguments that insue.

      But on the plus side I find wearing them liberating because they give me a real sence of independence from having to use dirty restrooms/toilets in public and this has improved my over all health because I don’t get as many skin infections as I did earlier.

      I don’t see why wearing diapers past the age of 3 yrs is a bad thing if the child chooses to wear diapers then let them don’t force them to do otherwise because toilet training a child too early is detrimental to their mental and physical health.

      If the child chooses not to wear diapers anymore on their own this should be encouraged in a positive way although should they relapse than this shouldn’t be viewed as being shameful,

      If however its an adult were speaking of who suddenly out of thin air finds they have problems with bedwetting or accidents then society needs to be more open minded towards the route causes rather than viewing he/she as physically disabled or worse, yes porn has a lot to do with the negitive stigmas of diaper wearers but be aware that not everyone who wears diapers or goes joins groups/social media on this subject is not weird.

      Diaper wearers be them children or adults need and deserve our respect to privacy and dignity which is something that is sawfly missing in this day and age as anyone can find themselves in a situation where they have to become padded and there should be no shame or negitive stigmas against them as we don’t deserve that.

      Bullying should also be made to be seen as wrong as specially when it concerns the disabled or those who can’t help themselves such as children or adults living with a medical condition be it temporary or life-long.

      This is were a website such as yours or something similar can help to offer support for all people who choose or have to wear the “d” word as mentioned above people should be more open minded and also they should mind their own business no disrespect intended if they don’t understand why people like us wear protection to get by in our daily lives and If I have offended anyone sorry but you can’t always sugar-coat the truth.

      Ps- I have a link to another website that can help it is as ever detailed bellow on the address.

      There are also other ones out there but to name them all would take too long so for now I will say good bie and Godspeed to everybody.

      Yours sincerely

      Kwan Ming

      • Jason July 14, 2016 at 12:13 pm - Reply

        I totally agree. I don’t need diapers for medical reasons. but for convenience. But I’ve found that wearing diapers helps me work more productively, I don’t have to stop and run to the head when I need to pee.

  2. Erik March 25, 2016 at 4:36 pm - Reply

    Couldn’t have said it better myself.
    It keeps me humble and more able to appreciate others despite their flaws.

  3. JB March 26, 2016 at 2:39 pm - Reply

    Very well said! This post made my day! I wear for medical reasons as well although not really true incontinence I wear due to mobility impairment. Before I was brave enough to start wearing, I had to rely on others all the time just to go to the bathroom but now that I use diapers life is so much easier and I’m much more independent and can get out and socialize all the time now! 🙂 Also you’re diaper reviews helped me find great diapers to wear that are way more comfortable, longer lasting, and keep me dry. 🙂 The best part, is diapers are discreet 90 percent of the time. Being young and in college you can be self conscious sometimes and it can definitely feel awkward when explaining to friends but you definitely got to embrace being different and be confident about wearing. It helps a lot. If you act like it’s not a big deal then others will probably act like it is not a big deal either.

  4. Nila March 26, 2016 at 9:12 pm - Reply

    Well said and to the point. I think Diapers empowers people to be more confident and a stronger person.

  5. TimmAllen March 26, 2016 at 9:25 pm - Reply

    I think maybe everyone that needs to wear diapers, have moments feeling like… “I really don’t want to wear a diaper anymore”, whereas we might get down on ourselves, avoiding going out in public, so that we don’t wear, wetting ourselves… which isn’t a good thing. Then we realize that we do indeed need to wear diapers, get over ourselves and move on with with. Today I had such of a day… staying home all day, feeling like a hermit. I finally cleaned up, putting a diaper back on and went out to enjoy the day!

  6. Juno March 26, 2016 at 9:39 pm - Reply

    I too am going out with an diaper on 🙂
    I hope someday everyone will look into it….

  7. Ellyn March 28, 2016 at 1:04 pm - Reply

    Hi Adrian!
    Nice to see you here again. I’ve missed seeing your posts as you have such a great way of downplaying the stigma that adults who must wear “protection” for incontinance sometimes are forced to endure.
    I have lived long enough to realize that there are a great number of people that wear diapers, pads, pull-ups, and the like for urinary issues. For me, wearing diapers is a necessity that I have learned to live with for most of my life, and accepted “years ago”. If it weren’t for the frequent UTI’s and other medical issues, I’d be completely content with my life, diapers and all.
    For those who are new to diapers, for medical need especially, relax! Wearing a diaper takes a little getting used to but in no time at all they will be part of a normal routine. For those that don’t “need” diapers but enjoy the feeling of wearing a diaper for whatever reason, you are blessed in that you can choose when and for how long to wear a diaper… Either way, you can find ways to enjoy the diapered experience! Concerts, sporting events, air travel, road trips, etc are only a few examples of occasions when wearing a diaper is a distinct advantage. Then there’s the confidence of knowing that leaking in public is not going to be an issue!

  8. brian March 30, 2016 at 3:14 am - Reply

    i myself do not need diapers but ever sence i was little and being traind iv always liked them the crinkles the comfert and not having to stop playing to run to the bathroom lol to this day i still love diapers for thos same reasons and a little more idk if it haz anything to do with m being autistic though but hell ive made a lot of frends now both in it for fetish reasons or need full time i do think it helps you understand ppl being difrent a little better. though with me if something dose not make sence to me i have a dificolt time accepting it diapers have been a part of who i am my whol life though its been hard as my parents would forbid me from having them as i grew up and id get in truble a lot

  9. keeth85 March 31, 2016 at 12:27 am - Reply

    Great comment Ellyn

  10. Randy kelbough April 5, 2016 at 5:21 am - Reply

    Hi Adrian i started wearing adult disposable diapers for protection against urge incontinence about a year and a half ago and they sure have changed my life for the better i can go out in public and not have to worry where washrooms are and even at work they made it easy and better for me thank you for all your information and help

  11. Luvs2bwet April 10, 2016 at 1:07 pm - Reply

    I’ve been urge incontinent for about five years and will diaper up if I’m going to the movies, a concert or a venue where making it to a restroom before I wet myself is a possibility. Usually an Abena pad will give me enough time to make it if I known where the restroom is. At night, I diaper up because I’m a prolific wetter and am taking Flomax. Doing so lets me pee without having to get up. Easier to go back to sleep. I consider it a blessing given my condition that I truly love diapers and love to wet them. Diaper lover? Yup. So happy I can admit and accept that I am.

  12. A.J. April 12, 2016 at 10:54 pm - Reply

    I’ve loved my diapers ever since I was a kid, having worn diapers my whole life for incontinence issues I’ve had lots of people make fun of and even judge me especially in school, but I ignored those individuals and kept moving forward. I’m with you Adrian my diapers give me strenth and they always will!

  13. Incontinent Tacoma April 19, 2016 at 2:45 pm - Reply

    I’ve never understood why some people have a problem with an adult wearing diapers.

  14. luvs2bwet April 19, 2016 at 2:53 pm - Reply

    Diapers rock! So wonderful just letting go whenever the urge is there. I’ve gotten to enjoy it.

    • keeth85 April 23, 2016 at 11:46 am - Reply

      I so agree with you luvs2 bwet and all others out there who wear

      • Incontinent Tacoma April 23, 2016 at 3:27 pm - Reply

        I’d wear diapers 24/7 if I had someone to help me with putting them on.

        • keeth85 April 23, 2016 at 6:50 pm - Reply

          I’m trying to go 24/7also so far so good happy and wet

  15. Luvs2bwet April 23, 2016 at 4:43 pm - Reply

    Truth be told, I love the last two wettings before I leave my bed. My ConfiDry 24/7 diaper is close to soaked by then, so letting go in the last two wettings serves to sluice my pee down between my legs and allows it to puddle underneath my cheeks. It feels so good!

    Anyone else savor the same experience?

  16. keeth85 April 23, 2016 at 6:47 pm - Reply

    Yes luvs I also enjoy that I usually wet before bed makes me sleep better but have to watch morning unless I change cuz I wear pampers still and don’t want them to leak

    • Luvs2bwet April 24, 2016 at 2:35 pm - Reply

      Seriously, try Confidry 24/7s. My wet diaper weighed over 5 pounds this morning and no
      Leaks, just warm wet squishies!

  17. keeth85 April 24, 2016 at 3:59 pm - Reply

    I will try them but I’m kind of in a routine tough to switch something you’ve been doin for 30 yrs lol I use pampers in day and luvs at night

  18. Luvs2bwet May 8, 2016 at 8:57 pm - Reply

    One last comment from me on this subject. I am most grateful to Adrian and all the diapered folks with whom I’ve dialogued over the past five years, all of whom have gotten me to this point in my life. I can’t tell you how less stressed I am because I use and LOVE diapers! I’ve journied from being in denial that I am a diaper lover to where’ve honestly admitted it, and feel so fortunate I love to wet since I’m urge incontinent anyway! My nights are filled with wonderful wettings and sometimes in the mornings I’m drawn to more pleasurable acts as a result. I’m just happy where I am! Thanks to all who’ve had a role in my journey, Adrian in particular.

  19. keeth85 May 9, 2016 at 10:40 pm - Reply

    Well said luvs2 bwet I’m on the same page it is definitely a dress reliever for me also

    • Incontinent Tacoma May 13, 2016 at 5:13 pm - Reply

      I’ve never understood why it is that wearing diapers past a certain age is a sign of weakness, something to be ashamed of, and therefore something to be outgrown.

  20. Incontinent Tacoma June 15, 2016 at 4:02 am - Reply

    I’ve never understood why the stigma towards wearing diapers past a certain age. No-one can hold on indefinitely, and eventually need to pee. The problem is that it’s not always possible to be near a toilet when you need to relieve yourself. That’s when diapers would be a good thing to wear.

  21. Nick an Stevie July 5, 2016 at 4:36 pm - Reply

    I can relate to feeling more calm, confident, relaxed, and open to all others and whatever makes them happy. Diapers have definitely made me less judgemental and more accepting of others. The courage and strength you realize are yours, and always have been, is very empowering to spirit. It also helps keep ego in check. (Not to get too deep on y’all.)

    • Luvs2bwet July 10, 2016 at 9:23 pm - Reply

      Wetting with joy, abandon and confidence, especially at night is both a blessing and a special treat, at least for me!

  22. Luvs2bwet July 10, 2016 at 9:36 pm - Reply

    I’m just so happy to be able to wet myself in my diapers, especially at night. Literally a dozen wettings or so allow me to stay in bed, sleep well and awake in a totally soaked ConfiDry 24/7 with Abena booster pad, no leaks, jus soft wet and comfy.

  23. Kwan Ming October 17, 2016 at 1:01 pm - Reply

    Wearing diapers and t-shirts to bed

    For quite a few years now I have suffered in silence from incontinence problems related to damage to the nerves that control my bladder this was a result from past epilepsy that I had when I was 12-13 years old in the early 1990’s.

    So in 2010 when I decided to go back to wearing diapers because of this it was a natural desire of myne to wear nothing but a diaper and t-shirt like I used to do when I was just a baby/toddler all those years before in the 1980’s and so I have finally done so in 2016 after much experimenting with the idea in my mind as it took me this long just to pluck up the courage to do so.

    I mean its not too much of a progression from what I was already doing as I sleep better when I am wearing diapers/nappies because I can lay there in bed without a care in the world and for the time I am asleep its as if I am a child again and that time has stopped although it took me a while to get to this stage but now that I am here I am better off then I used to be before I stopped fighting with my body and surrender quietly to the idea that I will need to wear diapers for the rest of my life due in part to my body telling me that I should never have been out of them in the first place, I also find it more comfortable to tuck my shirt into my diapers to avoid chaffing but maybe that’s just me and also I find sleeping in diapers is better than none at all.

    Now in my late 30’s and about to turn 36 years of age the idea of myself in diapers has not only become the norm but also a very big part of who I am and although I feel babyish at times I know that I have made the right choice and that I am at peace with my body and soul and this is a good thing because next year I am going into care for my disabilities and will most probably have to switch from wearing nappies part-time to wearing them full-time although if this occurs it’s not a problem with me as long as I can get cared for and that there is a support mechanism in place for me to become a toddler again in terms of diaper usage.

    I am already un-potty training myself to wear diapers and to become more relaxed with the fact that I am regressing towards my younger self and this hasn’t changed who I am and never will as its my life and it’s now or never as Jon bon jovi sung in his famous concert performance in the 1980’s for band aid as you can tell he’s one of my idols of my childhood years hence I am a big fan of his music.

    Yours sincerely


    • Incontinent Tacoma October 17, 2016 at 2:02 pm - Reply

      You do what you can to protect your pants from wetting or messing. I’m 42 yrs old, and I still wet my pants.

  24. troy bratcher July 6, 2017 at 4:06 am - Reply

    i know what you mine with wetting i have reflex incontinence for the last 45 years now and people all ways give me bad looks but you need to do what you can .

    • Incontinent Tacoma July 6, 2017 at 11:50 pm - Reply

      I agree. The fact that you have to wear diapers doesn’t make you any less of a person than you would otherwise. Whatever the reason for wearing diapers, might as well enjoy it. 🙂

  25. it's baby timmy now July 9, 2017 at 2:11 am - Reply

    i was a bed wetter at the age of 10 and than at 15 wearing diapers to school i was so sad them days going now i’m a fall time AB/DL i wear 24/7 from than on now i’m 56 years old

  26. MS MARY ELIZABETH ANDREWS November 18, 2017 at 9:58 pm - Reply


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