Men, let’s talk. Sometimes being a man is focused on being strong and independent, assured and ready to face any challenge. Then, your body acts up and does things that are out of your control. Having urinary incontinence doesn’t make your any less of a man.
Listen, we put our bodies through a lot of stress. Your body is no different. When so much stress and daily burdens are weighed down on a person, eventually their body reacts with its own issues. Then when you’ve had these problems for so long, insecurities start to build up.
Its okay to feel like a pile of trash for a bit but eventually you get back up. And you got to get back up. You know the issue so face it head on. You are not going to be beat down by urinary incontinence, your going to knock it out. Don’t let it stop you from living your life. The first and best thing you can do, is defeat it mentally. It’s your opponent and you are the champion.
Be open, I know that seems stupid, but honestly be open with your doctor. Your not alone, and plenty of men suffer from the same thing. You don’t have to go screaming it out to the world. Your doctor will be able to provide solid health information and give you options for dealing with it physically.
Exercise, my man. Everyone enjoys a little workout. Get the blood going. Don’t let a little worry-widdle stop you from getting your sweat on. On top of that, if you don’t feel like going out dude, you can work out in your house. Keep it one hundred and not be worried about other people. It’s a win-win.
When your out and you got to go, then go. If you’ve got to get to that bathroom then you square those shoulders, stand up straight, and walk towards that door like you own it. Even if it’s twenty times in a row because you’re unsure. This is human and no one has the right to judge you for it.
Just know that this is a condition and not who you are as a person. You are a man, strong and wise. This doesn’t take away your manhood, nor does it demean you as a person. Your power comes from everything you are and everything you have accomplished. You are not broken and worthless because of this. You are the man.