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Question Asked By: Heather
Age: 33

Q:

At the beginning of the year I was in an auto accident as result have a week bladder now...at first it was hard to manage this into normal life...but now I am getting to like wearing diapers...is this a healthy response to wetting and "normal" for me to feel comfortable wearing them...
  Thank you for your time,
        Heather


A:

Dear Heather,  What you are experiencing is quite normal.  On the one hand this is now part of your life and liking it makes it easier to accept.  The other side is wearing diapers takes you back to a time in your life when you were loved and adored.  It gives you a sense of well being and I see nothing wrong with that.  Be happy.
-Hugs Sandra

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Question Asked By: Tim
Age: 33 going on 2

Q:

Tim I was wondering if it is normal for me to be having a case of the willies when friends come over to my house and not knowing that I wear diapers?


A:

Dear Tim,  Of course it is normal for you to feel a little worried.  Unfortunately in our society today alot of poeple have misconceptions about things they do not understand.  Your friends might or might not be accepting. Unless it is someone you trust completely it is probably wise to keep the info to yourself. I wish you luck.
-Hugs Sandra

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Question Asked By: Mikey
Age: 13

Q:

I started to wet my bed about week ago, and I made one daytime accident. I don't want to tell my mom or dad what should I do?


A:

Dear Mikey,  You do not say if you ever wet before. Unfortunately because of your age it might be difficult to keep it a secret.  If you wet in the past you could just tell your parents you have started again.  If you have never wet before perhaps you should tell them so you can be seen by a doctor to rule out any illness as being the cause. I hope everything turns out alright for you.
-Hugs Sandra

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Question Asked By: Baby Girl
Age: 15

Q:

Hi I have been wetting all my life. My mom got me diapers. So I was to deal with my diaper days forever. Well I do change myself. But one time I broke and fractured both my arms. So now my mom diapers me until both my arms heal. My boyfriend knows of my wetting and my broken arms. One night while my arms were still broken and fractured my boyfriend came over for the night. My parents were to be back the next day. My parents FORGOT I CAN'T CHANGE MY OWN DIAPER. So I really had to go but I went in my diaper instantly. REALLY BADDLY! I had to stay in this diaper. Well my boyfriend knew what happened and I said I know but what am I to do I can't change myself and my parents are not here. My boyfriend said he could help. I said NO NO NO! He also said then you would probably feel uncomfortable for the whole night. I said fine. I was a little freaked out that my boyfriend was going to do it. I laid on the ground and he slowly untapped the diaper. He then wiped me up and powdered and put a new diaper on me. He taped it up and at least I felt better. But it was weird. I said DON'T TELL ANYONE THIS OK. He said ok. He said don't worry about it. I still felt strange. But the night was different. He started making out with me and I loved it and we held hands for the whole night and kissed. Is this normal? Why does it feel embarrassing and strange?


A:

Dear Babygirl,  Actually your reaction is common.  First off I would like to say you are lucky to have found an understanding boyfriend.  We have alot of teen members looking for someone to share their 'diaper' side with.  I think that having someone you care for change you just made it feel as you put it strange but at the same time you were still embarrassed by such an intimate act.  After all how many people change each other on a date?  :)  Just enjoy that you have a cool boyfriend who cares for you and take it one day at a time.  Good luck.
-Hugs Sandra

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Question Asked By: Matt
Age: 19

Q:

My girlfriend and I are going to spend a week with her Mother. My girlfriend does not want her mother to know I wet the bed and wear diapers. I think it would be easier just to tell her but not sure on how to go about that, any suggestions. Thanks


A:

Dear Matt,  I have to agree with your girlfriend on this one.  You do not need to broadcast you wear diapers.  I would say her mother would only need to know when and if you were to become her son-in-law and that is still a question mark.  Your personal business is just that personal.  Think of it as a covert op- only on a need to know basis. Of course if you still decide to tell her- just be direct and explain the situation to her.  Tell her you wanted to be upfront with her out of respect and you hope she'll understand.  I hope all goes well with whatever you decide.
-Hugs Sandra

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Question Asked By: diaper girl11107
Age 10

Q:

When I was ten years old my mom and dad got divorced but I still get to see them. Well my mom works at a nursery for babies and such.  Well my mom took me with her to the nursery for the day during summer vacation.  As I looked around I saw lots of diapers.  I wondered what they felt like. So when my mom was not looking I took a diaper and went to the bathroom to try it on.  I went curious about what they felt like.  As I tried it on it felt great I liked the feeling and didn't notice I had no pants on!  My mom came into the bathroom and saw me and for the first time I wet myself with shock that my mom saw me.  She calmed and said honey that is not how we change diapers here.  Come  Come and lets get you changed.  She took off the diaper and put a new one on me and picked me up and placed me with the other babies.  After work my mom baby talked to me and I cried.  She gave me a bath.  That night my mom asked why was I wearing a diaper. I said I wondered what it felt like.  She said ok then you will wear diapers for now on ok sweetie.  I said no.  She said how about this as your punishment for stealing a diaper from my nursery you are to wear diapers for the rest of the summer and I shall diaper you ok then you are off them forever kk.  I said ok.  Well at the end of the summer I was off diapers and I was in an auto accident now my bladder is so weak I must wear diapers.  I cried and pooped and wet myself too as the nurse changed my diaper and patted my on the butt.  Is this normal?  Should I learn to Like diapers?


A:

Dear Diapergirl,

I am sorry to hear about your accident.  Unfortunately sometimes these things happen.  You didn't say if your weak bladder is a permanent condition.  Whether it is or not from what you said you now have to wear diapers.  In a 'normal' lifetime you learn to be toilet trained but that is not always the case for everyone- so what is normal?  Having to wear diapers is like having to wear glasses or braces- just something you have to do.  So don't let it get you all upset. You said you like the feel of wearing them so just go with that feeling. I wish you all the luck in the future.
-Hugs Sandra

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Question Asked By: Skip
Age: 39

Q:

I have a new girl friend and she does not know I wear diapers I don’t know how to tell her I wear diapers. It is tuff to tell anyone because they will make fun of me so can you help me what to say to my girl friend I don’t wont her to leave me thank you.


A:

Dear Skip,

This is always a hard question.  My advice is always the same.  If you intend to make this girl a major part of your life then you should tell her.  If you are only in the dating stage- why tell her. If you do intend to make her a permanent fixture in your life then do some homework.  Get as much info as you can and present it to her. It seems when well informed there tends to be a less negative response. Be honest with her and see where she stands about the whole thing.  I wish you luck.
-Hugs Sandra

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Question Asked By: Steven
Age: 13

Q:

How do you tell your mom you wanna wear diapers?


A:

Dear Steven,

Since you have a sister who already wets perhaps your mom might be open to the idea.  Only you know how your Mom is.  Is this something she would be able to accept? Only you know. If you decide to tell her gather some facts (she probably already knows most of it) and tell her that boys are more likely to wet than girls and so on. It is your decision in the end though.  I wish you luck.
-Hugs Sandra

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Question Asked By: Tony Bailey
Age: Unknowen

Q:

The other month my girl friend came home with a pack of
nappies and rubber pants for me to wear at night and we had a big fight over it do you think she is out of order or do you think its me? What’s out of order is she has now put a plastic sheet on our bed so please tell me if I’m right to have a go just to shut her up thanks.


Q:

Dear Tony,

Apparently if you are wetting the bed your girlfriend is trying to keep things dry. Of course she can't make you wear nappies and such but if they are needed- why not?  It seems the two of you need to discuss things out in a calm manner and come to a mutual decision. I hope you can work it out between you.  Good luck.
-Hugs Sandra

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Question Asked By: Lucy
Age: 25

Q:

Mine is very different after I had my kid by 17hours of labor and three of pushing and C-section I have been not able to hold my pee and go a lot during the day it feels like when I just went I stand up and have to go again but only a little at a time I don't know if this is normal and have been wearing diapers or pads. But don't let anyone know but my husband. Is this normal for my age and what is wrong with me? Please help I do wish to be able to go out with out a diaper on again..


A:

Dear Lucy,

Actually cases such as yours do happen. Labor puts a strain on the body to be sure. It sounds like you might of lost muscle tone.  You should check with your doctor to make certain.  An exercise you could try is -Kegel exercises.  You exercise the pelvic floor muscles- this sometimes helps strengthen the bladder muscles as well. I hope this helps you but still check with your physician to be sure.  Good luck.
-Hugs Sandra

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Question Asked By: Matthew
Age: 13

Q:

I'm 13 and I still wet my bed every night.  My mom puts cloth diapers and plastic pants on me at night so I don't get my bed and pj's all wet.  She says this is for my own good and that I'll have to wear the diapers and plastic pants until I have dry nights.  She doesn't tell the whole world and only her, my aunt, my 2 cousins and my babysitter know. So first, how long am I going to have to wear diapers? (my mom put me back into them 4 years ago) The second part is that sometimes I have accidents when I'm in the car with mom. I can't help it and I tell her its not my fault.  But now she puts diapers and plastic pants on me if we take any long trips like to see my aunt and cousins (about 2 1/2 hours).  She won't use pull-ups because they leak sometimes.  I hate the daytime diapers because their so bulky and you can hear the plastic pants.  OK, I do have accidents a lot in the car but I think I'm to old to wear diapers in the car.  What do you say?  What can I say to my mom?


A:

Dear Matthew,

It is difficult to say how long you will have to wear diapers.  That depends on what your doctor thinks- did he say it was an immature bladder or something?  As for traveling in the car- there are many good disposable diapers that are quiet and absorb very well.  Perhaps you can talk your Mom into using one of those. Let her know that you are trying your best to stay dry.  Talk to your doctor and ask him for advice as to what you can do.  Good luck.
-Hugs Sandra

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Question Asked By: Someone
Age: 15
I AM A BOY

Q:

Hello,

After a while I started wetting my bed then after maybe a week I
Started having day accidents , then I told my mom and she took me to a Doctor that said that I have psychological something a about make my bladder go, the doctor prescribed a med.

But my mom refused to give it to me because it have incontinence as a side effect so it’s been weeks from not sleeping because I wet my bed I weak up about 3 times a night and change my cloths. Then I was stealing from my brothers diapers so I can wear it at night.

How can I suggest diapers as a solution on my mom? Will my mom accept that I’m 15 years old wearing diapers? Will my mom take so seriously and start treating me like a baby?  Please answer


A:

Dear Someone,  I am sorry to hear about your problems.  I don't know what your mother will or will not do- I don't know her. Maybe you can say to her that the doctor wanted you on that medication for a reason and maybe you are still wetting because she is not giving it to you.  My own son was diagnosed with an immature bladder and eventually did grow out of it.  I don't know if this is your case but you need to let your Mom know you are still wetting and maybe then she'll give you the meds or maybe talk to the doctor again about other solutions.  Hope all goes well.
-Hugs Sandra

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Question Asked By: Danny
Age: 13
I AM A BOY

Q:

My mom makes me wear cloth diapers and plastic pants to bed sometimes during the day I have an accident now every time we go to the mall. My mom puts a diaper on me in case of an accident do you think having to wear a diaper out at my age is good?


A:

Dear Danny,  If you need to wear a diaper then you need to wear it.  Think of it this way- a diaper is a piece of cloth around your rear, the same can be said of panties and briefs.  It's all cloth the only difference is what it's called.  So like I said if you need one then it's ok- it's only fabric after all.
-Hugs Sandra

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Question Asked By: Anthony
Age: 25
I AM A BOY

Q:

Do you think if you wet the bed you should be spanked for it?


A:

Dear Anthony,  Punishment for wetting never works.  The person wetting usually is not able to control it and being punished for something you can't control is wrong.  You also run the risk of harming the person psychologically for the rest of their lives.  Imagine being punished for having allergies- you didn't ask for it, you can't control it but you get in trouble every time you have an allergic reaction.  Just doesn't seem fair.So no I don't think you should be spanked. The cause of the wetting should be investigated- see a doctor and rule out an illness and then take it from there.  The person wetting is probably embarassed enough without adding spanking to it. Hope this helps.
-Hugs Sandra

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Question Asked By: Katlyn
Age: 15
I AM A GIRL

Q:

My question is whether or not I actually need diapers or
Some thing of that sort. Wetting has sort of been a problem for me off and on. I can remember wetting the bed a lot when I was like 3, but I cannot recall exactly any real specifics like if it was every night or anything like that. However, I do remember having occasional day accidents in like the 1st grade and once in a while I would wet the bed at night.

Then, the accidents became more frequent in the 2nd grade (during the day). I think the case related  to moving to a new place and my mom's death in a short period of time, coupled with this idea that it was my fault that the "family" structure was crumbling ( I was actually told this).

   I think the accidents eventually stopped after about a year, but
then started again but less frequently but with dribbling or something like that. At time I was taken to see a doctor who said that I had a small or immature bladder.

  Then, I think by 4th or 5th grade the accidents completely stopped, but not the dribbling to this day.

  Then, about a year or two ago, I started going through periods  of
times (like a month at a time) when I would have accidents left and right mostly during the day and a few at night. At first I thought maybe it could be that I am drinking too much water, etc but this would happen even when I barely drank anything throughout the entire day.

The latest peeing spell (for lack of a better of a better term). I
decided maybe I should possibly consider something such as wearing a diaper or some other form of protection, which I did for a couple of days, but was very concern as to if anyone could tell. Also I felt that while wearing this protection that my bladder seemed more out of control.

  The thing is I do not know what kind of protection that I should be
looking into as well. I do not mind diapers that much, but I do not
want the bulge. Plus, I do not know where I can find diapers to fit me anyhow. I am too big for baby diapers. I have considered goodnights and products of that sort, because that is more in the fit range, but I do not want to waste of the money if that is not the case.


A:

Dear Katlyn,  From what you describe it does seem that you need some form of protection.  My son had an immature bladder as a young boy and eventually grew out of it but in some cases the weak muscle tone remains- like yours, with a resulting 'dribbling' or leaking problem.  There are many fine companies that offer diapers at a reasonable price.  If you go to our links page we have a few reputable companies listed.  These are companies that we know sell good quality items at a good price.  As to what kind to buy- most of the sites have a sample pack you can purchase for a few dollars.  You can then use each one and make a decision as to which one you want to go with.  They have sizes up to XXL so don't worry about sizes- they'll have it.  Hope this helps- good luck.
-Hugs Sandra

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Question Asked By: Jon
Age: 27

Q:

I started wearing them because I wet the bed a couple of time. So I wear them at night when I could get them and then I wet my pants during the day so I wear them sometimes then I pooped my pants so I try to wear them more often. By the way when I pooped my pants I was in public and I had nothing to change it to so I went to the rest room and took off my underwear. For the rest of the day I felt so uncomfortable that from that day forward I tried to wear them all the time but now I can kind of control it but I still wear them. For the most part because they are kind of sex appealing but I also still have accidents in them all the time so I just wear them. I went to the doctor my normal doctor not a specialist or anything. They gave me a proscription for them. Plus they tried some medicines but it don't work. Please help me. e-mail me at mjisthebest@hotmail.com


A:

Dear Jon

I am not sure what your question was but please feel free to email me and discuss anything that is on your mind.  Happy diapering!
-Hugs Sandra

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Question Asked By: Keith
Age: 14

Q:

I'm starting to get hair down in my diaper spot. Do you think I need to shave it? A friend of mine told me I should for he do.


A:

Dear Keith,

To help make clean-up easier it is a good idea to keep the hair in the 'diaper' area trimmed.  As to complete removal- that can turn into an itching nightmare.  If you remove all the hair it itches as it grows back. My suggestion is to just cut the hair as short as you can and that should make it easier to clean.  I wish you luck.
-Hugs Sandra

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Question Asked By: Eldon Woods
Age: 64

Q:

I AM A BED WETTER AND I WEAR ADULT DIAPERS I HAVE BEEN WETTING ALL THE TIME BOTH NIGHT AND DAY FOR 5 YEARS I WOULD WET OCASSIONALLY BEFORE THAT I WENT TO THE DOCTOR AND HE SAID I HAVE OVERFLOW INCONTENANCE AND THERE WAS NOTHING HE OR NO ONE COULD DO SO I STARTED TO WEAR DIAPERS AND HAVE BEEN WEARING THEM EVER SINCE I THINK IT ALL STARTED WHEN I WAS IN A FOSTER HOME BECAUSE THEY WOULD WHIP ME WHEN I WET SO MY QUESTION IS I AM THINKING ABOUT HAVING KNEE SURGERY AND THE DOCTORS AND NURSES AT THE CLINIC WILL KNOW ABOUT IT WILL THEY KEEP ME IN DIAPERS OR PUT A CATHER IN ME I DO NOT WANT A CATHER SHOULD I TELL THEM FROM THE START


A:

Dear aldon,

There is absolutely no reason for you to put off necessary surgery because of diapers. As a former nurse trust me there is not too much a nurse hasn't seen! As to your surgery they probably will need to put a catheter in at least for the surgery and the recovery room.  They need to monitor your input and output.  As to the diaper wearing- nurses understand that there are persons who have need of diapers. Trust me it won't phase them.  I would ask my doctor about the catheter and let him know you would like the catheter for only as long as needed. Be honest and express your concerns.  I am so sorry about the mistreatment you received.  Sadly yours is a story told often. I wish you luck in your surgery.  Take care.
-Hugs Sandra

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Question Asked By: Ronnie
Age: 15

Q:

Dear mom, I have just started to wet the bed and my mom has not found out.  I am a heavy wetter and when I pee pee it usually gets throw.  I don't know were to get diapers without my parents knowing.  Can you please help me. Thank you.


A:

Dear Ronnie,

We have a few young members on the site and they have had suggestions.  Some of the most popular are: saving up allowances, others include doing odd jobs for people- walking dogs, mowing/raking lawns, weeding gardens, paper route, babysitting, cleaning, helping an elderly person- run errands, do shopping.  These are just a few ideas  Some also get part time jobs.  I hope some of these suggestions can help you.  Good luck.
-Hugs Sandra

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Question Asked By: Kody
Age: 14

Q:

I have a problem.  I don't bed wet I poop instead.  I can't help it can you help me stop pooping in my bed?


A:

Dear Kody,

Since you said your family knows about this you should have your Mom take you to a doctor to make sure there is no problems.  As to you pooping all the time perhaps you are eating too much fiber. Your system could be over-stimulated.  You could try going to the bathroom before bed and see if that works.  Are you going regularly during the day? If not it could just be your body clock is set to go at night.  These are all possibilities.  Talk to your parents about it. Good luck.
-Hugs Sandra

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Question Asked By: Zack
Age: 16

Q:

Is it ok to wet the bed?  I don't have a problem waking up to a wet diaper.  Most of the time I poop in it and my mom has to change me. But I have been in a diaper all my life.  I won't lie, I like the feel of it sometimes.  I love diapers and I can't get over them. My parents want me to stop but I can't.  How can I talk my parents out of taking me out of diapers?


A:

Dear Zack,

It is obvious that you have a real problem.  Why do your parents want to try to get you out of diapers when you have been wearing them all your life?  If you haven't been able to stop using them in all those years how are you to stop now.  I would have a talk with them and explain that you still need them and that it is not all that bad to wear.  Many people do.  Perhaps get your family doctor in on the conversation (if he is on your side).  I wish you luck.
-Hugs Sandra

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Question Asked By: Russiangrey
Age: 16

Q:

Well I've been wetting my bed for as long as I can remember, I've tried everything and so has my family, I've tried not drinking anything for a certain time and drinking a glass of water instead of sugery drinks. Nothing seams to work. Well when I was little my mom took me to see a doctor and they said I might not grow out of this. Could they possibly be right, am I doomed to wet the bed for always? Is it because I was premature when I was born or what? what am I suppose to do? I hate this. If you could possibly help me that would be great thanks.
Russiangrey


A:

Dear Russiangrey,

I am not sure what you can do especially since you have already been to a doctor.  You are off to a good start with no drinking before bed, no sugary drinks.  Also make yourself go if possible before bed. I might also suggest a wetness alarm.  We are working on starting a program for this.  Basically it would train your body to wake up and go to the bathroom instead of wetting the bed.  There are also medications that might help.  I , myself am on the medication.  I have wetting problems due to an illness.  The medication works well for me.  Ask your doctor about all of these options, maybe one is right for you.  Good luck.
-Hugs Sandra

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Question Asked By: Someone
Age: 15

Q:

How can I let her know?


A:

Dear Someone,

You are not specific as to who 'her ' is.  Since you say your Mom knows- who are you referring to?  Please write back with more details so I can answer your question.
-Hugs Sandra

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Question Asked By: 00
Age: 13

Q:

Is it bad to all ways wear diper for wetting problem?


A:

Dear OO,

If you need to wear diapers then you need to wear diapers.  There is nothing wrong with it.  There are other methods of coping with wetting but as the saying goes "If it ain't broke don't fix it!".  Simply if wearing works for you continue to do so because there
is nothing bad about doing so.
-Hugs Sandra

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Question Asked By: Alice in diaper land
Age: 12

Q:

Hi, Ever since I was very young I have wet my bed.  Yet
also a hard time came when my dad died and I have no uncles aunts and my grandparents died.  But my mom decided to get me some diapers. When she told me this I screamed.  But I only for now wore them at night.  Till I got hit by a car at age 10 on my lower
half of my body.  I ended in the hospital with the look of a DIAPER ON ME! The doctors told me I lost control of my arms for my arms were beside my lower half making my arms suffer too!  My mom took me home and gave me a bath and changed me.  As my arms got a little stronger I could stand but when I fell to the ground my arms were just strong enough to crawl but could not stand. One time my mom could not take care of me because she is going to work and she PUT ME IN DAY CARE!  I was required to wear a diaper but they only have on size XL XL  super thick.  When I got home I stayed in this diaper and my pants would not fit!  I walked to my door in just a T-shirt and a very noticeable diaper.  I cried so much my mom does not leave me alone now she picks me up and put me on the ground and pats my BIG DIAPERED BUTT!  What should I do with my life? Why does my life have to be around diapers?
 

A:

Dear Alice in diapers, Having to wear a diaper is not a death sentence. There are many reasons to have to wear one. Reasons
that include accidents to different diseases and even just having a weak bladder.  You can live a normal life with diapers.  Think of it like if you had to wear glasses, then it's not so bad.

Actually there are more devastating things to have to worry about. Wearing a puffy piece of fabric on your derriere is low on the list.  As for clothes your mother can get you bigger pants.  Perhaps you might even try using pull-up type diapers.  They fit more like underwear and are slim looking.  Take heart and know life is wonderful.  You only need to let yourself enjoy it!

-Hugs Sandra

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Question Asked By: Jason
Age: 26

Q:

I am 26 years old. I had back surgery five years ago and since then have had to wear diapers because I have lost control of my bowels. To this day it is embarrassing for me to have to explain to
doctors that I go see why I am wearing diapers. I live with my sister
because I am still a student in college and my parents are deceased. My sister has helped change me because I have to be laying down because of my back. I want to get my own place but am afraid that I wont be able to change myself. Any suggestions?


A:

Dear Jason, It can be difficult to change yourself especially with
a injured back but it is not impossible. You only need to have the ability to raise your hips (to slip the diaper under).

First you would need to clean the area- whether with a wash cloth or wet wipes.  Dry well and either apply a lotion/cream or powder.  If it is too difficult to put on your skin you can powder the inside of the diaper itself. Have the diaper on the bed- lay down and slip the diaper under your derriere. Pull up each side and fasten remembering to pull tight (when you stand up you won't be as 'spread' out.  It will take practice but you can do it!  Another option is to see if you qualify for a home health aide, ask your doctor if he would approve you for one. It would be of great help to you and help ease your sister's mind.  I hope all goes well for you.

-Hugs Sandra

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Question Asked By: Lilman
Age: 19

Q:

Hi im 19 and I like to wear diapers but the people who iv told
make fun of me what should i do


A:

Dear Lilman,

You can't take back what you have already said to those people. They obviously are not true friends or they wouldn't tease you.  In the future be very careful of who you tell.  Most people make fun of what they don't undersstand.  You have nothing to be ashamed of.  Hold your head up and be proud of the person you are.  As for those people to get them off your back maybe you could tell them it was a prank. I hope they leave you alone in peace. Some times friends can be harsh.  I wish you luck.

-Hugs Sandra
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