Going to work diapered is no big deal to me at the moment. I am usually good at hiding my diapers and no one really pays close attention to me to notice these things. Only 3 co-workers in the past have found out I wear diapers and that’s because of mishaps on my part. They were very accepting and didn’t press on with uncomfortable questions. They still treat me the same as before and I am grateful.
The most challenging part about wearing 24/7 is finding the right moments to change. Sometimes I’ll need to change, but because I get so busy I have to wait, and usually end up leaking. I have gotten away with this plenty of times. I am fortunate to work around a lot of water so its not unnatural for us to get wet on the job. The moments I do get a chance to change is kind of tricky. When people are in the restrooms it makes it hard to change unnoticed. As a matter of fact, its impossible. The bathroom is very small and compact and each and every sound is amplified by an echo. I can only change in the handicap stall because it has enough room for me to change myself properly. Normally if there is someone in the handicap stall I will wait outside of the restroom (I am really uncomfortable when it comes to public restrooms). Since the renovated everything the bathroom is much nicer and they even put a trash can in the handicap stall (for the purpose of disposing diapers) and added a changing table. This made things much easier for me because in the past I would have to carry my diaper out on hand and throw it away.
Another risk I go through is having #2 accidents. Its absolutely humiliating and embarrassing when it happens at work and all I want to do is barry my face and cry, but because I am around people I have to keep my composure. In cases like this I try to drop everything I do and change immediately. I stay outside as much as possible to try and hide the small hoping no one notices until I can change. I do try to avoid sitting down. Spreading the mess will only make it harder to change out of, not to mention it takes longer. As it stands, it already takes at least 10+ min to change my messy diapers properly since they are not easy to change at all. When this happens I use the pool restrooms. They. Are private restrooms and can be locked. The main thing I don’t like about the pool restrooms is the bad smell and compact space. So I try to avoid them as much as possible. The best place to change my messy diapers is the pool restrooms sadly. Often I bring my own wipes for changing but there has been a few times I was forced to use the toilet paper because I ran out of my supply or I forgot mines at home. That made things more difficult, and the clean up much harder.
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Yes it is easy to understand that cookiegoesrawrrr seems to have some hard time when it comes to handle the diaper change at work special when it comes to the messy accidents. whit is weary easy to understand whit all the smell and the hard thing to get clean from a messy diaper. This really gives a good views how hard it can be to be force to wear adult diapers 24/7.