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    How to Transition to Diapers 24/7

    When it comes to diaper training, a sharp transition from underwear to diapers often leads to failures in the training: unexpected situations, regrets, countless exceptions etc. cause setbacks and frustration, until you finally give up completely just to start again a few weeks or months later. This is a guide how to introduce diapers according to the ‘from-easy-to-difficult’ approach, which can be divided in three stages: preparation, transition and beyond. It is written for diaper training in a relationship, though it can be easily adjusted to any kind of relationship or your own diaper training.

    1. Preparation

    ‘The Talk’

    This conversation is supposed to happen before you do anything else: sit down and talk about the diaper training, its implications and consequences. In particular, the following questions are to be adressed:

  • Are you both willing to accept that wearing diapers 24/7 cannot be kept a secret and people are going to find out sooner or later? This applies to strangers in general, friends, medical personell, coworkers and family.
  • Can you both handle the costs of keeping her in diapers 24/7?
  • Are you both willing to accept that diaper training may (and most probably will) lead her to become incontinent in the long run? Just for clarification: Of course she doesn’t become incontinent solely because she wears a diaper. But wearing constantly causes her brain to realize she can go whenever she needs to (mental changes, habituation), and in the long run this will cause the bladder to shrink and the sphincter becomes weaker (physiological changes). Combine those two aspects and her condition can be considered ‘incontinent’ from a medical and functional point of view.
  • Can you both handle travelling with diapers?
  • Is she aware of the fact that she will always be in a (most often wet) diaper, regardless of the situation?
  • The importance of this initial talk cannot be stressed enough. If there is only one question above you answered with no’, don’t start the training. Both of you should take some time and think thoroughly about every aspect, and once you both answer all of the questions finally with a ‘yes’, there is no need for discussions or even turning back at a later point.

    The Shopping

  • Diapers: For the beginning, I would recommend buying three different types: thinner daytime diapers for discrete wearing or sports, normal daytime diapers that can handle a few wettings and will become her standard diaper for most of the time during the day, and diapers with maximum absorbency for nighttime wear and optionally when she is at home. Since she will wear all of them eventually, you cannot order too many diapers. Buying in bulk can be recommended to save on money. If she is interested in ABDL diapers with cute prints, let her pick a few packages. Generally, plastic-backed diapers can be recommended since they keep odors well, don’t tend to sag when wet and are less leak-prone. However, in the summer time you might consider switching to cloth-backed diapers now and then. Just for clarification: Pull ups are not on the shopping list! Pull ups are essentially absorbent panties for someone who is supposed to use the toilet and might dribble a little bit here and there. However, she is not supposed to use the toilet, so tab-style diapers it is.
  • Other products: Wet wipes, tissues, creams, garbage bags.
  • Plastic pants: Those are optional. Can be worn over the diaper to make them 99.99% leak proof.
  • Onesies / Bodysuits: Likewise optional, but recommended. They keep the diaper from sagging and make sure the waistline of the diaper is not exposed once she bends down.
  • At Home

  • Get rid of all of her underwear except for 5 panties, optionally you can let her pick the ones she wants to keep for now.
  • If you ordered onesies / bodysuits, remove the same number of shirts from her collection. As above, you can let her pick which ones she wants to keep.
  • Once the diapers arrive, find at least two or three empty shelves in her wardrobe and stack the diapers and care products there. By doing that you make sure the diapers are easily available. Additionally, opening her wardrobe and seeing all the diapers helps her subconscious to get used to the fact of being back in diapers.
  • Tips

  • For practical reasons, it is recommened that she is allowed to change her own diapers. It is simply not possible for you to always check and change her. Additonally, once she wears at work etc., she needs to be a pro herself when it comes to diaper changes. I suggest that she is free to change whenever she feels like, however, make it clear that diapers are generally to be used thoroughly due to financial reasons.
  • Agree right in the beginning if toilet access for #2 is allowed or not. No recommendations here, this is up to both of you. It is more consequent to use the diaper also for #2, but the clean up, smells etc. are definitely arguments against. Alternatively, you could introduce that rule once she is accustomed to wearing diapers. However, toilet usage for #1 is never an option when she is wearing a diaper.
  • 2. Transition

    Now you are prepared for the transition, which happens in five phases. In each phase new rules are introduced and the duration of the phases increase giving her plenty of time to adjust. Just choose a day where you want to start your adventure, for instance Friday, and start with …

    Phase 1 (Duration: 1 week)

    The rule introduced in this very first and rather short phase is super simple: From now on, a diaper is to be worn every night. Whenever she goes to bed, she will put on a diaper and once she gets up in the morning, she is free to take it off whenever she wants. The purpose of this first phase is her becoming comfortable and getting used to sleeping in diapers.

    By the end of this first week, one of her panties is cut up and thrown in the trash can (1/5).

    Phase 2 (Duration: 2 weeks)

    Her first rule is just slightly extended: She has to put on her nighttime diaper two hours before she goes to bed, and she is only allowed to take it off in the morning once it is wet. The idea is that she gets accustomed to wetting her diaper. Sometimes she will even have to wet it before she goes to bed which helps her to learn sleeping in a slightly wet diaper.

    By the end of phase 2, another one of her panties is cut up and thrown in the trash can (2/5).

    Phase 3 (Duration: 3 weeks)

    Starting with phase 3, her new rule is that diapers are to be worn from 6 pm until next morning when at home. She is free to change when needed, though each diaper must be used before it is changed. If she is out and about between 6 pm and bedtime, it’s up to her whether she wears a diaper or not. Additionally, diapers are also mandatory from now on whenever she is spending the night in a hotel.

    Recommended preparation for the next phase:

  • Going out in public wearing a diaper (e.g. for shopping), at least 3 times.
  • Changing in a public restroom once or twice.
  • Trying to pee in her diaper in public places, the more often the better.
  • By the end of phase 3, another one of her panties is cut up and thrown in the trash can (3/5).

    Phase 4 (Duration: 4 weeks)

    Now it gets serious. From now on, she always has to wear a diaper at home (and at night, of course!). Additionally, it is to be worn for:

  • running errands, going shopping, to the cinema, meeting up with friends etc.
  • long car / bus / train / plane trips.
  • She is free to change when needed, though each diaper must be used before it is changed. It is time to make some changes to her wardrobe, too. Jeans, shorts, skirts, shirts etc. - everything is to be tried on by her while wearing a diaper. If she comes to the conclusion she would never wear a certain piece of clothing with a diaper, than it is to be thrown out. Of course, new clothing that works well with her diapers should be bought.

    Exceptions, i.e. no diaper needs to be worn

  • at work or on business trips.
  • when she goes to the gym / does some other kind of sports.
  • during family gatherings.
  • for doctor appointments.
  • Recommended preparation for the next phase:

  • Wearing to work a few times, the more the better, e.g. each time she is running low on panties, which will happen quite a few times because she only has two left by now.
  • Changing at work, the more the better.
  • If she goes to the gym regularly, she should wear a diaper there a few times.
  • Doing her sport activities in her diaper a few times (e.g. cycling, running etc.)
  • By the end of phase 4, another one of her panties is cut up and thrown in the trash can (4/5).

    Phase 5 (Duration: 5 weeks)

    This is the final phase of the transition. She should be pretty accustomed by now to be in diapers most of the time, especially at night. From now on, she always has to wear a diaper, i.e. also (and in particular) at work, on business trips, at the gym and when she is doing sports. Only exceptions:

  • Doctor appointments.
  • Family gatherings.
  • She owns exactly one pair of panties now, which serves well for the two exceptions above. Since she is pretty close to 24/7, no preparation is required for the final event in the transition phase:

    Cutting up her very last pair of panties and throwing it in the trash can (5/5). As a natural consequence, from now on she has nothing else left than diapers to wear as her daily underwear, even for doctor appointments and family gatherings.

    3. Beyond

    If you follow the schedule, the whole process takes 15 weeks. It is supposed to be a step-by-step approach from easy to difficult challenges while giving her plenty of time to adjust to the new rules. She never experiences the full program at once. Her body has enough time to get used to the physical sensation of being in a (wet) diaper. The possibility that people find out she is in diapers start with strangers (with no impact at all) over her friends (where the impact is not so heavy) to coworkers, family and medical personell (which might include conversations that aren’t pleasant).

    Now that she is accustomed to wearing and using diapers, you can introduce new aspects, e.g. facilitating bedwetting, using the diaper for #2 etc.