I recently have been getting a fair amount of comments from people that have varying disabilities from Multiple Sclerosis to Cron’s disease.Â While myself and many others do suffer from incontinence – suffering from a more disabling disease such as multiple sclerosis presents new and unique problems when it comes to diapers.Â I am very sympathetic to people with such diseases as life presents a great deal of difficulties not only in the diaper area but also in other areas.
What amazes me is the fact that I have been getting a fair amount of comments and emails from people that were never involved in the ABDL community but have these diseases and stumbled across my review of Bambino Diapers.Â I have gotten a great deal of praise for leading them to a diaper that solves a great deal of the problems that store-brand diapers just don’t solve.Â This makes me feel very warm and fuzzy inside for multiple reasons.Â First, I helped someone which I always enjoy doing and solving their problem by referring them to a product that can truly help them.Â Second, some of them have even discovered the ABDL community which they never knew existed and have found a level of comfort in conversing with people that are in their same situation or at least can relate on a disabled or interest level, with interests being diapers.
Getting comments and emails really encourages me a lot in what I do especially when I help people that need it the most.Â Whether its referring them to a specific product or just giving them someone to converse and talk to and relate to – I really truly do enjoy helping people out.Â I just wanted to share that as I am a big believer in promoting the goodness within the ABDL community and the amazing products that not only enhance our community but also can benefit others outside our community..
personally I think everyone who uses diapers experiences some type of incontinence, but I don’t mean specifically lack of control of the bladder or the bowel, but rather one could also include feelings such as emotions, sexual fetish. To a diaper lover/ adult baby it can be such. Ultimately it comes down to something deep and most likely outside of their control which diapers can help with. Personally I wish diaper lovers and adult babies could get along with the incontinent in most cases as they could better benefit from sharing experiences and help unite the diaper market so manufactures would by and large stop ignoring the incontinent market ignoring needs like better product (its easy to ignore a quite embarrassed group that won’t speak up and cost cut at every chance you can).
if more people in the world came out and said hay im so and so and i where diapers and bunch of people fallowed that person the world would be a better place and there would be no more need to hide the fact you where diapers and i bett diaper prices would go down and the world would be a lot better place to live
Hi Adrian, I know this is really old but having MS and finding ABDL I find it compelling I wrote an email that I hope you can help with or perhaps others on this board will…’here it goes
My name is Ben. I was recently diagnosed and hospitalized with Multiple Sclerosis. One affect of MS is I lost bladder control. I need to be in diapers 24/7. I’m really loving it! Many of my MS symptoms are improving however the incontinence isn’t and frankly I don’t want it to. Also I’ve been becoming interested in the adult baby side. I NEVER in my wildest dreams thought I would care about regressing but I find myself watching the baby Chanel on TV, listening to lullabies to sleep and wanting to be treated like a baby. I feel ethically compelled to express this to my GF. We’ve been dating for over a year and she has been wonderful with this MS exacerbation. She often asks “do you need changed and will volunteer to change my diapers multiple times per day. I was having difficulty getting used to them and she encouraged me to embrace them. I also think she might have her own little side. She sleeps with a baby blanket, loves stuffed animals, watches Hillary Duff and Lindsey Lohan movies seriously. She gave me a stuffed penguin for me to cuddle with and finds it adorable when I do. I digress, I know you’ve covered the topic of how to talk to loved ones about this. But I don’t even know if I am (ABDL) and what exactly that means. And we have a great relationship as two adults and I wouldn’t want to risk it or lose credibility. But I do have the blissful feeling of wearing diapers, being changed, watching baby shows, which doesn’t feel like my normal self but somehow feels like a great high. I don’t even know what I’m asking for, just feedback maybe.
Okay, I have what I believe is in-diagnosed MS. I have bladder control issues, big time. My wife is aware of my fetish, and got really ticked when I informed her that this was going on. (She apparently thinks I am faking this, so I’ve kept silent, yet it is getting progressively hard to even walk). How am I supposed to keep hiding this? Never even wear diapers any more because of her reaction to me telling her.