- 2 weeks ago
When we were in our teens, we basically lied to our parents and pretended to having bedwetting issues to try and convince them to buy us diapers. After some family struggles, eventually they caved and we then had access to diapers, those being supplied by our parents.
Looking back, we realize how wrong it was for us to involve our parents in our private lives. We had no legitimate reason for which we needed to wear diapers.
You can argue things like “but parents still buy nice things for their children, right? Like electronics, toys, objects to be enjoyed by the children.” However, almost no parent would agree to supplying their children with devices that are supposed to be used only in private life, for reasons that are very personal and not, say, medical.
If you are legitimately experiencing bladder problems then you should talk to your family about it and ask for medical counseling. Wearing diapers as a response can be detrimental, because then you may feel like the problem is fixed and do nothing about it. You should really look into what’s going on internally, before you approve the “self-medicated” interim solution.
If you do talk to them, don’t mention that part of the reason why you want to wear diapers is due to feeling like a Little. This will potentially have a jarring effect and the chances of them actually validating your current condition are reduced.
Simply state to them that you think that you have a bladder problem, in the most direct and straightforward way that you can. You shouldn’t be afraid to talk about your health.