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Ongoing Stigma Associated with Incontinence Can Contribute to Isolation

UnderpadOrPets_shutterstock_16033933When people carry shame because of their incontinence challenges they tend to avoid the company of others. Often, that's because they dread the idea that someone can "guess their secret." The key to helping them is to help everyone understand that incontinence is like any other physical challenge that may change our lifestyle - not something that people choose but certainly not something to be ashamed of. Once incontinence is accepted as something that can happen to anyone, people like the couple in this Egosan story can stop isolating and live their lives. 

Continue reading about the isolation that can be caused by incontinence shame on Egosancares blog:

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