The Emotional Aspects of Incontinence
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Some of the most challenging aspects of incontinence are emotional.
Fear of your need for protection being discovered by others who may make fun of or look down on you. Fear of leaking when you're out in public.
Anger that your body isn't cooperating with you in one of the most basic ways.
Sadness that you may not get your continence back.
While it can be difficult, many people settle in and successfully manage their condition, so they can move on with living their lives, in spite of any physical inconveniences. And, yes, happiness and optimism are a part of that.
We just published an article with some suggestions for turning around your mood when you're feeling sad, angry or generally down: [url http://www.depend.com/womens-solutions/articles/managing-the-emotional-aspects-of-incontinence/14000057987]Managing the Emotional Aspects of Incontinence [/url]
What about you? Do you have any tips for managing the emotions that incontinence can bring?