I pulled the blanket back and realized what had happened, he was absolutely soaked. Now he's super embarrassed in front of me and he will barely look me in the eye.
I gently woke him up and he nearly instantly realized what had happened. I tried to rub his back to make him feel better but he pulled away and started pulling sheets off the bed, etc. He did inform me that this is a regular problem (2-3 times a week), he's been to doctors, but they can't seem to figure out what's wrong.
Fear of dating: The main topic in my inbox, from women and men in their 20s (and a little younger and a little older). What a man wants is respect, attention and affection. (Trust me: I wore the unsexiest flannel nightgowns over my diaper.) And if he does care, his buddies will be lining up to call You’ve established a bond.
I dated like crazy in my 20s – until I got engaged. I wore a diaper every night and it was wet almost every morning. Of all the dozens of guys I dated, only three ever knew about it.
I feel like he's scared to have me over again now.
I would encourage you to treat him as you normally do.
You don’t want to continue with someone if it’s just not going to work.
Basically I'm wondering what I can do to be supportive and make him feel less embarrassed? Somebody rich and gorgeous is not going to sweep you off your feet and carry you away to live happily ever after. Not only do you have to kiss a lot of frogs, there is no Prince Charming. None of them knew until after we had been dating for months. Your date wants to know you, not what you wear to bed. By then, it was an insignificant fact in a larger, caring romance.
I’ve told three guys (including my husband) that I wet the bed. None of them thought it was the least bit important.