Inkontinenz und Psyche: Den Teufelskreis durchbrechen

Incontinence and the psyche: breaking the vicious circle

Together against the taboo: Open exchange about incontinence and bladder weakness

Sharing knowledge and experience to remove the taboo surrounding incontinence:

Incontinence and bladder weakness are issues that affect many people over the course of their lives. However, shame and ignorance often lead to those affected suffering in silence and losing valuable quality of life.

That is why it is important to us to create an open and informative space on this platform.

Our goal:

  • To make facts and information about incontinence and bladder weakness easily accessible.
  • To collect reports from those affected in order to shed light on individual perspectives.
  • To promote exchange and mutual support.
  • To break taboos and demystify incontinence.

Only by talking openly about the issue can we offer those affected the help and support they need while improving the quality of life for everyone.

On this platform you will find:

  • Comprehensive information on the different forms of incontinence and bladder weakness.
  • Tips and advice for everyday life with incontinence.
  • Helpful addresses and contact points for those affected and their relatives.
  • Touching reports that provide courage and inspiration.

Share your experiences and questions with us!

Your contributions and comments are important to us in order to make this platform a lively and informative place.

Together we can take incontinence out of the taboo zone and offer those affected the support they deserve.

Because incontinence is not a shame, but an issue that concerns us all.


In today’s article we will deal with the topic:

Incontinence and the psyche: breaking the vicious circle

Incontinence, the involuntary loss of urine, is not only a physical problem but can also have significant psychological effects.

Shame, guilt and fear of social isolation are common companions of incontinence.

In this blog post you will learn:

  • How incontinence can put a strain on the psyche
  • How to deal with shame and guilt
  • What tips can improve your mental health when suffering from incontinence

How incontinence can put a strain on the psyche:

  • Shame and guilt: Many people with incontinence are ashamed of their bladder weakness and feel guilty because they could be a burden to others.
  • Fear of social isolation: Fear of uncontrolled urine loss can cause people to avoid social activities and isolate themselves.
  • Loss of self-esteem: Incontinence can severely affect self-esteem and lead to depression and anxiety.
  • Strain on relationships: Incontinence can also strain relationships with family and friends.

Dealing with shame and guilt:

  • Talk to someone: It is important that you talk to someone about your incontinence, be it a doctor, a psychologist, a family member or a friend.
  • Get informed: The more you know about incontinence, the better you can deal with the situation. Find out about the different causes and treatment options.
  • Look for self-help groups: There are self-help groups for people with incontinence where you can exchange ideas with other sufferers and find support.
  • Accept your situation: It is important that you accept your incontinence and learn to live with it.

Tips for mental health for incontinence:

  • Concentrate on the positive aspects of your life: focus on the things that bring you joy and that are good for you.
  • Set realistic goals: Set small, achievable goals to boost your self-esteem.
  • Maintain your social contacts: Spend time with friends and family and participate in social activities.
  • Get enough exercise: Sport and exercise can improve your mood and reduce stress.
  • Relaxation techniques: Relaxation techniques such as yoga or meditation can help you reduce stress and anxiety.
  • Seek professional help: If you are overwhelmed by the psychological effects of incontinence, you should seek professional help.


Incontinence does not have to be a taboo subject!


With the right support and tips, you can manage the psychological effects of incontinence and live a fulfilling life.

I hope this blog post has helped you.

For further questions please do not hesitate to contact us.


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